On Monday, the Philadelphia Police Department announced Worley, 23, a North Philly native who attended William Penn Charter School and now resides in Swedesboro NJ, would be charged with DUI, violation of the uniform firearms act and disorderly conduct.
Worley left custody after posting 10 percent of a $25,000 bond Sunday night and has a preliminary hearing set for May 1, according to court records. He is alleged to have begun fighting with officers who woke him and police used a taser to subdue him, a source close to the situation said, confirming an NFL Network report.
Worley, 23, was arrested near the Eagles facility early Sunday morning.
Sources say that Worley was reportedly found passed out in a vehicle and 911 was called.
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Worley recently joined the reigning Super Bowl champions when he was traded from the Carolina Panthers in exchange for wide receiver Torrey Smith. On the surface, the move appeared to be a really good one for the Eagles.
Worley's been charged with six offenses including driving under the influence, possession of an instrument of crime and resisting arrest, according to ESPN.
Worley, 23 years old, is entering his third season in the National Football League after being selected in the third round (No. 77 overall) by Carolina.
Eagles players report for the start of offseason workouts today.