Torrey Smith Reportedly Traded to Panthers for Daryl Worley


The Philadelphia Eagles have made another move this week, reportedly trading wide receiver Torrey Smith to the Carolina Panthers in exchange for CB Daryl Worley.

Torrey Smith was a great help for the Eagles in winning Super Bowl LII, with 13 receptions, 157 yards and a touchdown in the playoffs.

He's set to host his annual charity basketball game at Royal Farms Arena on March 17.

Worley, 23, is still on his rookie deal at the paltry number of $865,724 this year.

The Panthers were expected to add to a wide receiver group fronted by Devin Funchess and 2017 second-round pick Curtis Samuel and Smith has been a deep threat throughout his career.

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In Worley, the Eagles get a third-year player with plenty of starting experience.

Worley, the Panthers' third-round draft pick in 2016, started 14 games this season with 64 tackles, two interceptions and a sack. In just his second National Football League season, the former Virginia Tech standout recorded 63 tackles, 10 passes defended and two interceptions.

Philadelphia similarly traded a receiver for a corner last offseason when it sent Jordan Matthews to the Buffalo Bills for Ronald Darby.

He will join a young corner group in Philadelphia that now includes Jalen Mills, Ronald Darby, Sidney Jones and Rasul Douglas.

The decision to move Smith likely came due to the Eagles believing they could acquire additional talent to fill his spot at a more cheap price.