Eagles release CB Daryl Worley shortly after arrest

Eagles release CB Daryl Worley shortly after arrest

Eagles release CB Daryl Worley shortly after arrest

The Eagles wasted no time releasing defensive back Daryl Worley after he was arrested early Sunday morning.

The Eagles announced the release of Worley hours after news broke of his arrest which occurred at 6 am.

Police told Philly.com that Worley, whose listed address is in Swedesboro (Gloucester County), that he was found passed out in a auto outside the team's practice facility near the corner of Broad St. and Pattison Ave. around 6 a.m. Sunday. On questioning, the police allege that Worley had a gun in his vehicle and wasn't willing to be cooperative with the police.

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The report said Worley was "in possession of a gun" when police found him.

On Monday, the Philadelphia Police Department announced Worley, 23, a North Philly native who attended William Penn Charter School and now resides in Swedesboro NJ, would be charged with DUI, violation of the uniform firearms act and disorderly conduct.

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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. He pled no contest to that charge and served a six-month suspended sentence.

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. Worley claimed that he was defending his girlfriend.

Katherine Lam is a breaking and trending news digital producer for Fox News.

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