Worley had started for the Carolina Panthers in 25 out of 31 games played in the state and recorded 150 tackles, 2 sacks and 3 interceptions.
Worley was arrested Sunday morning after he was allegedly found passed out inside a vehicle blocking a highway, according to NFL Network. He allegedly acted in a combative manner when police arrived at the scene and had to be subdued with the use of a taser.
Worley recently joined the reigning Super Bowl champions when he was traded from the Carolina Panthers in exchange for wide receiver Torrey Smith.
Worley grew up in North Philadelphia on Broad Street and is a graduate of Penn Charter School, which is also Atlanta quarterback Matt Ryan's alma mater.
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The Philadelphia Police Department responded to PennLive's request for information to confirm Worley's arrest and charge but did not provide more details.
The team first issued a statement that it was investigating Worley's arrest and later announced he was cut. "I have a great support system in place and can go to them for whatever I could ask for".
The charge includes "intentionally and knowingly causing bodily injury to a person 65 years or older".