The Tennessee Titans have added a pair of depth pieces to their defense, agreeing to deals with linebacker B.J. Bello and defensive tackle Bruce Hector.
League sources confirmed both signings to TitanInsider.com.
The Titans also announced that they have signed defensive lineman Woodrow Hamilton and defensive back Chris Jones as well.
Bello, 26, has made several stops around the NFL in his four-year career as the Titans will be his fifth team in as many seasons. He began his professional football life as an undrafted rookie in 2017 with the Cleveland Browns. He spent 2018 with the Philadelphia Eagles, where he spent time working under new Titans senior defensive assistant Jim Schwartz.
Bello bounced to the New York Jets in 2109 and spent last season with the Los Angeles Chargers.
In his career, he has played in 33 games with 20 total tackles, including 14 solo stops.
Hector, also 26, spent two years with Schwartz in Philadelphia in 2018-19. He spent last season with the Carolina Panthers on their practice squad, but was elevated to the active roster for two games in November.
Hector has been credited with two tackles and a half sack in his career.
Hamilton, 28, has played in seven games with the New England Patriots, Carolina Panthers and New Orleans Saints. He has three career tackles.
Jones, 25, has 22 games of NFL experience, including six starts. He has 41 career tackles, including 35 career solo stops, in time with the Arizona Cardinals, Detroit Lions and Minnesota Vikings.
All four players are considered depth pieces and special teams help and will fight for a roster spot in training camp with Tennessee.