A day after being arrested near the Eagles training facility and just hours after his release, we now know the charges former Eagle Daryl Worley is facing.
A Philadelphia municipal judge arraigned Worley Sunday night on DUI, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and firearms charges, court records said.
The Philadelphia Eagles released the 23-year-old defensive back on Sunday afternoon due to the arrest which occurred outside the team's practice facility at Broad and Pattison streets that same morning at 6 a.m.
Worley was found passed out in a car on the corner of Broad and Pattison near the NovaCare Complex in South Philly, a report by the NFL Network said. Worley became combative with officers and was hit with a stun gun and a gun, the report said.
Police say they recovered a gun at the scene.
Worley, a Philadelphia native who attended Penn Charter, came to the Eagles from the Carolina Panthers in the Torrey Smith trade earlier this offseason.
Worley posted $25,000 bail and was released, court documents said. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for May 1.