NFL cornerback Daryl Worley has been charged with violation of the uniform firearms act, driving under the influence, disorderly conduct ‘and related offenses,’ Philadelphia police said Monday, according to Les Bowen of Philly.com.
Worley, 23, was released Sunday night by the Philadelphia Eagles after he was arrested near the team’s practice facility. Police reportedly found him sleeping in his car, and he allegedly began fighting with officers who woke him and police used a taser to subdue him, per Bowen.
Jessie Bates, S, Wake Forest (6-1, 200): He had just two years of on-field experience for the Demon Deacons after redshirting as a freshman. Bates covers a lot of ground and can change directions on a dime. But his poor angles and lean build fuel concerns about his ability to stop the run. Projected: Round 2-3
Armani Watts, Texas A&M (5-11, 202): Though undersized by NFL safety standards, he has the coverage skills to stick around as an asset in nickel and dime packages. Watts could be a liability as a tackler, but his range and ability to match shifty receivers will be attractive for any team vulnerable in sub packages. Projected: Round 3-4
Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce revealed Monday he had no idea his team had blown its 21-3 halftime lead in January’s Wild Card loss to the Tennessee Titans after he left the contest with a concussion.
Kelce, who was receiving medical attention during the second half, revealed he didn’t get caught up until he got out of an MRI, per Adam Teicher of ESPN.com:
I missed the entire second half up until the last drive. I jumped out of an MRI machine and looked at the score and (wondered), ‘What the heck is going on?’ I haven’t really peeked at the film ever since because I really don’t want to know what the heck just happened. I don’t think the people doing the MRIs and the X-rays even watch the game.
And Watkins seems excited to work with Mahomes.