Williams is slated to sign a one-year deal with the Chiefs, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Ronald Darby could still be moved . The Eagles have talent and depth at cornerback, returning starters Darby and Jalen Mills, plus 2017 draft picks Sidney Jones and Rasul Douglas. Worley only added to that.
5. Worley wasn’t a lock to make the roster anyway . Worley was OK with the Panthers last season — Pro Football Focus graded him the 79th-best cornerback (of 120) in 2017 — and has good size (6-1, 205), but the Panthers essentially gave up on him, and if the Eagles drafted a cornerback with Worley around, he would have faced long odds for making the 53-man roster.
Do they want to take a quarterback as well? Might they nab Notre Dame offensive lineman Quenton Nelson, helping solidify what has been a truly dreadful unit over the last couple of years? Could they take North Carolina State defensive lineman Bradley Chubb in order to replace the departed Jason Pierre-Paul? Will they trade down in order to amass more picks and fill several holes on the roster?
Or will they stay put and become the third team in the last three years to use a top-five pick on a running back? According to the New York Post, that possibility might be more likely than any other. The Post reports that taking a quarterback and trading down are both unlikely, essentially narrowing down the options to Chubb and Penn State running back Saquon Barley.
That calling came through Desire Street Ministries, a Christian outreach group that Wuerffel became associated with during his time with the Saints. Formed in 1990, the ministry has expanded beyond New Orleans with Wuerffel now serving as its Atlanta-based executive director.
Desire Street’s goal is helping rejuvenate communities and mentoring the at-risk youth who are living there.