According to the records kept by the Pennsylvania courts, Daryl Worley was given a sentence of three days in jail and two years of probation in June after pleading guilty to gun charges and resisting arrest charges resulting from an incident that occurred in April.
Before accepting a plea deal with the prosecuting attorneys, Worley was facing a total of six charges in connection to his arrest in Philadelphia on April 15. However, those charges have since been reduced.
Police shot a taser on Worley after they discovered him passed out inside a vehicle that was blocking an intersection in Philadelphia. A firearm was also located at the scene and retrieved by the police.
Worley was a player for the Philadelphia Eagles at the time of his arrest; however, the team decided to release him a few hours after the incident took place.
Before he was released by the organization on March 9, the third-year cornerback had actually been traded to the Eagles from the Carolina Panthers in a deal that took place earlier that day.
Worley was released by the Raiders on April 23. After playing in 31 games with the Panthers and amassing 150 tackles, three interceptions, and two sacks, he is poised to play a key part in Oakland’s revamped secondary.
A disciplinary action might still be taken against Worley in accordance with the personal conduct standards of the NFL.