Published: Mon, April 16, 2018
Economy | By Shawn Conner

Philadelphia Eagles CB Daryl Worley reportedly arrested, tased early Sunday morning

Philadelphia Eagles CB Daryl Worley reportedly arrested, tased early Sunday morning

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Eagles CB Daryl Worley was arrested Sunday morning in Philadelphia following an altercation with police.

According to, Worley was found passed out inside the vehicle and gun was found at the scene.

The Eagles said in a statement: 'We are in the process of gathering more information about Daryl Worley's arrest this morning'.

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Worley, 23, came to town as the return from Carolina in the Torrey Smith trade. On his Twitter last week he asked for financial support for his mother, Linda Fields, and her candidacy for the Pennsylvania State Senate. Law enforcement administered a taser on Worley and recovered a gun at the scene.

The arrest was noted to took place at 6 per cent Sunday.

Worley starred at Penn Charter before going to West Virginia. In college, Worley pleaded no contest to misdemeanor assault.

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Worley is the second Eagles' newcomer to face potential criminal charges this offseason; in March, authorities in Texas charged defensive end Michael Bennett with harming an elderly woman at the 2017 Super Bowl.'s Les Bowen reported that Worley might not be with the team after the incident.

Stay tuned for more details surrounding Worley's arrest.

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