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Titans Sign WR Derek Hagan; Waive WR Lamont Bryant

Posted Jun 17, 2014

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Tennessee Titans agreed to terms on a contract with WR Derek Hagan and waived WR Lamont Bryant.

Hagan (6-2, 210) is a veteran of seven NFL seasons with 83 games of experience with the Miami Dolphins, New York Giants, Oakland Raiders and Buffalo Bills. For his career, he has registered 129 career receptions for 1,480 yards and six touchdowns. His best numbers came in 2007 for the Dolphins, when he recorded 29 receptions for 373 yards in 16 games.

Hagan entered the NFL as a third-round selection by Miami in the 2006 NFL Draft. As a three-year starter at Arizona State, he finished his college career as the PAC-10’s all-time leading receiver with 258 career catches and ranked second in conference history in receiving yards with 3,939.

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