Former Panthers CB Daryl Worley arrested by Philadelphia police


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Cornerback Daryl Worley was arrested Sunday morning in Philadelphia after being combative with police, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

The timing of this arrest couldn't be worse, with the Eagles ready to begin their offseason program on Monday.

Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Daryl Worley was arrested early Sunday morning after he reportedly fell asleep in his auto while driving on the freeway.

As stated by the report, the 23-year-old had been observed subdued with a stun gun after he became combative and passed at the vehicle.

Worley has been exchanged contrary to your Carolina Panthers to the Eagles past month.

Police say that Worley was found asleep in his vehicle on the highway.

A gun was reportedly found on the scene. Worley had been a versatile starting defensive back for Carolina during his two National Football League seasons, but he won't get a chance to suit up for his hometown Eagles. In 2016, the Eagles quickly released Josh Huff after he was arrested on charges in which he was in his auto with a gun near the team's facilities in 2016.

The team released a statement that said they're gathering more information.

Worley was acquired by the Eagles in a trade with the Panthers back in March.

Worley's arrest would be the second player the Eagles obtained this offseason to have a run-in with the law.

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