Eagles release cornerback Worley after Sunday morning arrest

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Former Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Daryl Worley has been charged with six offenses including driving under the influence, possession of an instrument of crime and resisting arrest following an alleged incident near the team's training facilities early Sunday morning, court records show.

Around 5:30 p.m., the Eagles announced Worley's release.

Worley, who was acquired by the Eagles as part of the trade which sent Torrey Smith to the Carolina Panthers earlier in the offseason, was reportedly seen passed out in his vehicle on a highway. He reportedly became combative and police deployed their Taser.

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Philadelphia sent veteran wideout Torrey Smith to the Panthers in exchange for Worley.

Worley, 23-years old, was entering his third season in the National Football League after being selected in the third round (No. 77 overall) by Carolina.

Worley, a Philadelphia native and graduate of William Penn Charter High School, spoke at his introductory press conference on March 16 about returning home and playing for the team he grew up watching, and the responsibility that comes with that. Philadelphia won't have any cap penalties for releasing Worley. "I have a great support system in place and can go to them for whatever I could ask for". Defensive end Michael Bennett, who was obtained in a trade with Seattle last month, was indicted on a felony charge of injury of the elderly on March 23 after allegedly shoving a 66-year-old female paraplegic at Super Bowl LI in Houston, Texas on February 5, 2017.