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Smith, who turned 29 in January, played just one season in Philadelphia, catching 36 passes for 430 yards in 16 games. His 11.9 yards per catch and two touchdowns were both career lows. He is due $5 million in 2018, and most figured he would have been cut before the 2018 season began.
Worley (not to be confused with Worly from the classic Nintendo game Tag Team Wrestling) turned 23 in February. A third-round draft pick in 2016, he started 25 of 31 games for Carolina in his first two seasons. According to Sports Info Solutions, he ranked 28th among qualifying cornerbacks with 6.4 yards allowed per pass last season, and 43rd with a 54 percent success rate (subscription required). His cap hit in the next two years will be about $1.8 million -- combined.