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Sources: Dolphins release Derek Hagan

The Dolphins have released receiver Derek Hagan two sources are telling The Miami Herald.

Hagan, 24, has been consistent only in his inconsistency this year and throughout his three seasons in Miami. This year he was active only four of Miami's eight games. In the four games in which he played, he managed only three receptions for 51 yards.

Interestingly, Hagan won a starting job late in the preseason and was neck-and-neck with Greg Camarillo for that job going into the first game of the regular season. He then faded badly. I told you he was inconsistent. His inability to contribute on special teams was also a detriment for Hagan.

Hagan finishes his Miami career with 53 catches for 645 yards. The Dolphins did not confirm this release but are expected to do so Wednesday.