Kimie Bunyasaranand
Thursday June 13th, 2013

Derek Hagan, who played in 14 games with the Raiders last season, signed with the Bucs. (Rob Carr/Getty Images) Derek Hagan, who played in 14 games with the Raiders last season, signed with the Bucs. (Rob Carr/Getty Images)

The Bucs have signed veteran wideout Derek Hagan, reports ProFootballTalk. General manager Mark Dominik made the announcement on Thursday.

Hagan played in 14 games with the Raiders last season, catching 20 passes for 259 yards. It was Hagan's second stint with the team -- he also appeared in six games with them in 2011 before being cut and then joining the Bills. He was drafted by the Dolphins in the third round (82nd overall) of the 2006 draft and also spent time with the Giants.

SI WIRE: Broncos release Willis McGahee The Bucs are also close to agreeing on an extension with wide receiver Mike Williams; the depth chart behind Williams and Vincent Jackson is still unsettled. Hagan will be competing with receivers Kevin Ogletree, Tiquan Underwood, Chris Owusu and David Douglas for playing time.

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