Notebook: Second-year players to watch
Derek Hagan, WR, Miami: He should at least emerge as a quality option for the Dolphins on passing downs, and Hagan certainly has the potential to become a dependable pass-catcher. Hagan is smooth, fluid and definitely has some upside. He and Ted Ginn Jr., can be the future if the Miami receiving corps.
Demetrius Williams, WR, Baltimore: I've mentioned him before, and you'll likely see me invoke his names many more times before the season begins. Williams is big and fast, and the Ravens discovered his big-play potential late last season. It appears to be just a matter of time before he takes over a starting job for good.
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