We’ve pondered the possibility that Daryl Worley could be suspended this season following his guilty pleas for DUI, resisting arrest, and an illegal weapons charge. And it sounds like the Raiders preseason broadcast team of Matt Millen and Beth Mowins have spilled the beans that Worley will be suspended the first four games.
Worley has been very impressive since the Raiders signed him following his release by the Eagles. He has been solid depth and even worked with the starters in place of Gareon Conley at times. He did not play in tonight’s preseason game, in part because he will not be among those the team will have to make a tough decision in two days. His fate is sealed for the first four games and will likely be brought back into the fold after that.
Look at the broadcasters breaking some news tonight. Way to go Matt Millen and Beth Mowins.
Update: ESPN’s Josina Anderson is reporting that Daryl Worley will indeed be suspended for the first four games of this season.
#Raiders CB Daryl Worley is facing a 4-game suspension without pay in connection with his arrest earlier this offseason, subject to appeal, per source.— ig: josinaanderson (@JosinaAnderson) August 31, 2018