The overhaul continues in Miami

Back in 2006, Miami traded a second-round draft pick for quarterback Daunte Culpepper and used its third-round pick on Arizona State wide receiver Derek Hagan.

Neither player remains in Miami.

The Dolphins waived Hagan on Tuesday during a season in which he has not played since the second game of the year. During his three seasons in Miami, Hagan caught 53 passes for 645 yards and three touchdowns.

Perhaps Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron can convince Baltimore to take a look at the 6-foot-2, 205-pound Hagan, but if not Cameron, someone will give him a shot. He had too much potential at one time. But for now, it is another wasted pick that Dolphins executive vice president/football operations Bill Parcells is trying to clean up from.

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