Daryl Worley’s Philadelphia homecoming will be short-lived.
The Eagles released Worley on Sunday following his morning arrest. Worley, a 23-year-old cornerback, was arrested and tased after being combative with police, per an NFL Network report.
The arrest occurred at 6 a.m near the Eagles’ NovaCare Complex, where Worley was found passed out inside a vehicle blocking a highway and 911 was called. A gun was reportedly recovered on scene.
The Seahawks, even with all the changes to their defense, still need plenty of offensive line help as even more of the burden falls on Russell Wilson. McGlinchey dominated with Nelson in South Bend and would immediately become a rock of a right tackle in Seattle opposite Duane Brown. That would allow Germain Ifedi to slide back to guard, his better position.
The Cowboys cut Dez Bryant, and even while they had him, they were lacking a true outside No. 2 who can do everything as a good-hands possession receiver. Ridley would be an upgrade over Terrance Williams and give Dak Prescott a new go-to guy.
Blair Walsh had a disappointing stint as Seattle’s kicker last spring and wasn’t retained. Seattle signed former Jaguar Jason Myers earlier this offseason, so Janikowski will have competition to make the roster.
By the time the 2018 NFL season kicks off on Sept. 6 with the Philadelphia Eagles still celebrating their victory in Super Bowl 52, who knows how many players will have changed teams. Here’s a look at some of the veterans in need of a new home.
The Cowboys released the Pro Bowl receiver on April 13 following his meeting with owner Jerry Jones. “This was not an easy decision,” Jones said in a statement. “It was made based upon doing what we believe is in the best interest of the Dallas Cowboys.”