PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Oakland Raiders have signed CB Daryl Worley more than a week after his arrest in Philadelphia.
The Philadelphia Eagles released Worley on April 15 after he was arrested on DUI and gun charges.
Police say 23-year-old Worley was being combative and taken into custody after he was found sleeping in his vehicle.
Worley was charged with violation of the uniform firearms act, driving under the influence, disorderly conduct-fighting and other related offenses. Authorities say they also found a gun in his car.
Worley is a Philadelphia native. The 6’1″, 198-pound cornerback attended William Penn Charter school — where he was a standout receiver and safety — and then West Virginia University. Worley was a third-round draft pick of Carolina in 2016.
In two seasons with the Carolina Panthers, Worley has three interceptions, 19 pass deflections, and two sacks.