More details emerge from arrest of ex-Eagles DB Daryl Worley

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It didn't take long for the Philadelphia Eagles to part ways with newly acquired cornerback Daryl Worley after he was arrested Sunday morning.

Worley was arrested and tased after being combative with police early on Sunday morning near the Eagles' NovaCare Complex facility.

Police told Philly.com that Worley, whose listed address is in Swedesboro (Gloucester County), that he was found passed out in a vehicle outside the team's practice facility near the corner of Broad St. and Pattison Ave. around 6 a.m. Sunday.

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According to multiple reports, Worley resisted arrest and police had to administer a taser to detain him. A gun was also recovered on the scene.

Worley's release could see the Eagles target a cornerback in the upcoming draft to provide more depth at the position for their upcoming title defense.

Worley recently joined the reigning Super Bowl champions when he was traded from the Carolina Panthers in exchange for wide receiver Torrey Smith.

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He was expected to compete for a roster spot as a backup corner back or safety.

Worley was a former third-round pick by the Panthers in 2016. So far there is no information from the authorities if Worley has been charged and what will be his penalty.

The Eagles chose to send a clear message to its roster of players by coming down hard on 23 year old Daryl Worley.

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