Rapoport tweeted that Worley was passed out in his vehicle near Broad and Pattison Streets, blocking a highway.
Worley reportedly resisted arrest and fought with police before being tased by officers and taken into custody. Worley was also reportedly found with a gun.
It is not yet clear why Worley, who is a Philly native, was arrested. Worley started 14 games last season for the Panthers and totaled 63 tackles and a career-high 2 interceptions.
Worley entered a no contest plea and was given a six-month suspended sentence for an altercation with a woman outside a nightclub, when he was in college.