Eagles Cut Daryl Worley after arrest
Matt Finocchio - Head Writer
Welp, that didn’t last very long.
Newly acquired cornerback, Daryl Worley has been released by the Eagles after being arrested Sunday morning after he was allegedly found past out in his vehicle on a road near the team’s practice facility in South Philly.
The team acquired Worley back in March via the Torrey Smith trade with Carolina.
As reported by ESPN’s Tim McManus: “(Worley) faces six charges in all: DUI (first offense), firearms not to be carried without a license, carrying firearms in public in Philadelphia, possession of an instrument of crime, resisting arrest, and disorderly conduct/engaging in fighting.”
From the looks of it, it sounds like the Birds made the right call releasing Worley.