Daryl Worley isn't a star, but he's about to wear one.
The Dallas Cowboys have agreed to terms on a one-year deal with Worley, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported. The team later made the deal official.
Worley began his career in Carolina but was traded to Philadelphia for receiver Torrey Smith in March 2018. He never played a down for the Eagles, who released him in April following an arrest on weapons and disorderly conduct charges.
Worley landed with the Raiders, where he played the 2018 and 2019 seasons, recording 91 tackles, 15 passes defended and two interceptions in 25 games. At 25, Worley has had his share of ups and downs but still has the latter half of his 20s ahead of him. Dallas will get him with essentially no risk -- just the latest wise move the Cowboys have made in the last week.
Elsewhere in transaction news Wednesday:
» The Chicago Bears announced on Wednesday that they have signed kick returner Trevor Davis to a one-year deal. Davis had 835 all-purpose yards last season in stints with the Packers, Dolphins and Raiders on 45 combined punt/kick returns. Davis played his first three-plus seasons with the rival Pack.
» The Philadelphia Eagles have agreed to terms with running backCorey Clement on a one-year deal, the team announced.