Former Carolina Panthers CB Daryl Worley tasered, arrested in Philadelphia

The Eagles acquired cornerback Daryl Worley from the Panthers last month. Now he's in trouble

Worley was arrested following an early Sunday morning confrontation with Philadelphia police in which he was tasered into submission after being combative. Also, there was a gun found at the scene. When he was found by police early on Sunday morning, his vehicle was blocking a lane on the highway, and he was passed out.

Les Bowen of Philly.com first reported it was likely the Eagles would cut Worley. While he was in college at West Virginia, he entered a no contest plea and was given a six-month suspended sentence for an altercation with a woman outside a nightclub.

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.

An Eagles spokesman said the team is in the process of gathering information about the Sunday incident.

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Worley appeared in 31 games for the Panthers the past two seasons, registering 152 tackles, two sacks and three interceptions.

On the Panthers previous year, Worley struggled as the third cornerback on the depth chart.

The Eagles could use Worley to be a significant player in an Eagles cornerback depth chart which lost a pivotal piece in Patrick Robinson to the New Orleans Saints this offseason. Worley said he had been defending his girl friend.

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