New Eagles cornerback tased in ugly arrest

Former Panthers CB Daryl Worley arrested by Philadelphia police

Former Panthers CB Daryl Worley arrested by Philadelphia police

Eagles cornerback Daryl Worley was arrested in South Philadelphia on Sunday morning.

The 23-year-old was found passed out in his vehicle by police on a Philadelphia highway. Former Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman said the team had thoroughly explored the incident before drafting Worley in 2016.

The Eagles will begin their offseason conditioning program Monday. The NFL can take disciplinary action against Worley regardless of how his case plays out.

The source tells Action News that Worley became combative and officers used a Taser. A gun was also recovered during the arrest.

The Philadelphia Eagles have released cornerback Daryl Worley, hours after he was arrested.

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Worley grew up in Philadelphia and was an avid Eagles fan who said in a press conference March 19 at the NovaCare Complex that former wide receiver Terrell Owens was his favorite player.

Rapoport added more details.

Rapoport reported that Worley was passed out inside a vehicle blocking an intersection.

In college, Worley pleaded no contest to misdemeanor assault over an incident involving a woman at a night club.

Cornerback Daryl Worley, the Philadelphia native acquired by his hometown Eagles in a recent trade with the Carolina Panthers, may never pull on an Eagles jersey.

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