Worley left Monday's practice after colliding with teammate Rashaan Melvin, Scott Bair of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. It's unclear exactly what sort of injury Worley suffered following the collision, but given that he was down on the field and noticeably shaken up, a concussion is certainly a possibility. Expect an update on Worley to come after he undergoes further testing.
The Raiders have signed Worley. Worley, who the Eagles had acquired from the Panthers in exchange for wideout Torrey Smith back in March, was let go by Philadelphia in the wake of the cornerback's April 15 arrest. The 2016 third-rounder played in 15 games, including 14 starts for the Panthers last season, en route to notching 64 tackles and two interceptions.
Worley totaled seven tackles (six solo) and made an interception in Sunday's 31-24 win over the Packers. Worley not only finished second on the Panthers in tackles, but he also hauled in his second interception in as many weeks. Although his 52 tackles don't stack up to last year's 88, Worley's two picks on the campaign at least top his rookie output.
Coach Ron Rivera said Monday that Worley is getting his foot checked out, Max Henson of the Panthers' official site reports. It's not clear exactly when Worley suffered the foot injury, but he was in a walking boot Sunday night after playing in 52 of the team's 70 defensive snaps against the Jets. Expect an update regarding the cornerback's status to come either later Monday or Tuesday morning.
Worley (pectoral) has been ruled out of Sunday's game against the Patriots, Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer reports. Worley didn't practice in any capacity this week due to a strained pectoral. Head coach Ron Rivera said Kevon Seymour will start in his place.
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