1. For some idea about what he can do, you may have to do some digging.
Chris Worley was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Cincinnati Bengals on April 28th of 2018. He was waived at the end of camp and signed to their practice squad but promoted to the active roster and appeared in the final two games of that season.
The only other NFL experience he has is a brief stint on the Seattle Seahawks roster, where he was signed after his release from Cincy on August 6th of 2019 but released by the ‘Hawks’ four days later. He has a grand total of two tackles in his two-game career.
Perhaps a better idea for figuring out what this prospect at linebacker is capable of is to look at his collegiate career with the Ohio State Buckeyes where he won a College Football Playoff National Championship and racked up 153 total tackles (11 resulted in a loss of yardage), two sacks, six passes batted down, three forced fumbles, and an interception over the course of a career where he played all three linebacker spots and as a safety in his freshman season.
If any of that translates, the Eagles may have something here. He’ll have to make the team first though.