NASHVILLE - The Titans agreed to terms with four players on Thursday.
-Defensive lineman Woodrow Hamilton.
-Defensive lineman Bruce Hector.
-Linebacker B.J. Bello.
-Defensive back Chris Jones.
Hamilton (6-3, 315), who played at Ole Miss, was originally signed by the New England Patriots after the 2016 NFL Draft. He's spent time with the Patriots (2016), Saints (2017-2018), Panthers (2018) and Giants (2019-2020) during his NFL career. He's played in seven career games, including five with the Panthers in 2020. At Ole Miss, he played in 47 games (25 starts) at nose tackle and finished his career with 83 tackles and three sacks.
Hector (6-2, 296), who played at South Florida, signed with the Philadelphia Eagles as an undrafted free agent following the 2018 NFL Draft. He's spent time with the Eagles (2018-2019), Cardinals (2019) and Panthers (2020). Hector has played in 11 career games, with one start. In two seasons with the Eagles, he tallied two tackles and half a sack in 11 games. During his college career at South Florida, Hector totaled 90 tackles and 18 sacks.
Bello (6-3, 229), who played at Illinois State, signed with the Cleveland Browns as an undrafted free agent following the 2017 NFL Draft. He's spent time with the Browns (2017), Cardinals (2018), Eagles (2018), Texans (2019), Packers (2019), Jets (2019) and Chargers (2020) during his career. In 33 career games, Bello has recorded 20 tackles. Last year, he played six games for the Chargers and registered six special teams stops.
Jones (6-0), who played at Nebraska, signed with the Detroit Lions as an undrafted free agent in 2018. He's also spent time with the Cardinals (2018-2020), Lions (2020) and Vikings (2020). In 22 career games, Jones has recorded 41 tackles and six passes defensed. In 2020, he played one game for the Lions and eight games for the Vikings. Jones played 45 games over a four-year career at Nebraska.