Eagles' Daryl Worley Tased, Arrested in Philadelphia

Eagles' Daryl Worley Tased, Arrested in Philadelphia

Eagles' Daryl Worley Tased, Arrested in Philadelphia

Another Eagles off-season addition is in trouble with the law.

"We are in the process of gathering more information about Daryl Worley's arrest this morning", the Eagles said when asked for comment.

According to Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo of NFL Network, police found Worley passed out inside his vehicle blocking a lane on the highway at around 6 a.m.

Allegedly, Worley was found with a gun in his possession and police had to use a taser in order to subdue him for arrest.

The incident took place near the Eagles' team facility.

Daryl Worley was tased and arrested after turning combative when police found him in his vehicle a report said Sunday

It was expected that Worley would be in the mix for a starting job in Philadelphia along with fellow corners Ronald Darby, Jalen Mills and Sidney Jones.

Worley is far from a lock to stick on the roster if the Eagles determine his actions Sunday morning were serious, as they are loaded with outside cornerbacks.

Worley attended William Charter High School in Philadelphia before spending three years at WVU.

A third-round pick of the Panthers in 2016, Worley was acquired last month in a trade that sent Torrey Smith to Carolina.

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