Journeyman wide receiver Derek Hagan has found a new home. Jim Wyatt of the Tennesseean reports that the former Miami Dolphins third-rounder has been picked up by the Titans.
Tennessee also waived Lamont Bryant.
The 29-year-old Hagan starred at Arizona State before being drafted by the Dolphins in 2006. His Miami tenure ended halfway through the 2008 season when he was cut after amassing only three receptions on the year.
The New York Giants picked up Hagan next, cutting him in 2010, then re-signing him after injuries hit their receiver corps. After 2010 he became a free agent and signed with Oakland but was cut in November to make room on the roster for T.J. Houshmandzadeh.
He landed with the Bills in 2011 and caught 13 balls in four games. The Bills cut him before the 2012 season and he ended up back in Oakland. In 2013 he was picked up by Tampa Bay but did not make the team out of camp.
In all, Hagan has racked up 129 career receptions, 1480 yards and 6 TDs. In other words, don’t be looking for this guy to make a big difference for your fantasy team.
At least Hagan has a team, unlike Santonio Holmes.