The Baltimore Ravens shocked the NFL world Monday, sending a second and fifth-round pick to the Chicago Bears in exchange for vaunted linebacker Roquan Smith.
In a much less surprising move made by the team later this afternoon, Baltimore reportedly has released cornerback Daryl Worley for the fifth time this season.
"For the 5th time this season, the Ravens have released CB Daryl Worley. Have to figure he'll be back on the roster soon," Field Yates tweeted Monday afternoon.
Worley, a third-round pick of the Carolina Panthers back in 2016, has jumped between the practice squad and active roster multiple times this season in Baltimore.
He's suited up for four games this year, including last week's 27-22 win against the Buccaneers, but has mostly been a special teams player for Baltimore in 2022.
Assuming Worley doesn't choose to sign with another team, Yates believes it's likely he'll make his way back to the Ravens' practice squad in due time.
The Baltimore Ravens are on the road in Week 9 as they travel to New Orleans to take on the Saints.