Worley was detained after police received a 911 call about an automobile obstructing a highway at Philadelphia, according to an NFL Network report.
With Bennett already having been arrested in Houston on charges for injuring the elderly, the Eagles are not happy to see that their second new addition arrested as well. In 2016, the Eagles quickly released Josh Huff after he was arrested on charges in which he was in his auto with a gun near the team's facilities in 2016.
After turning when he was found by police at his own vehicle Daryl Worley had been tased and detained, " a report said. He allegedly became combative with officers, was reportedly subdued by taser.More news: Accusers confront Bill Cosby, and they aren't holding back
The Eagles affirmed Worley's arrest in a statement which said they are "in the process of gathering more information about Daryl Worley's arrest this morning". He played in 15 games (14 starts) for the Panthers last season, recording 63 tackles, two interceptions, one sack, and 10 passes defended.
The cornerback is also a William Penn Charter School graduate.
He was a third-round pick out of West Virginia in 2016.
Worley started 14 games for the Panthers last season and finished his second National Football League campaign with 63 tackles and a career-high two interceptions.