NASHVILLE - The Titans did some roster shuffling on Wednesday, including adding two players to the team's roster.
-Defensive back Terrell Bonds, who played at Tennessee State.
-Offensive lineman Willie Wright, who played at Tulsa.
Moved to Injured Reserve:
-Offensive lineman Daniel Munyer.
-Defensive back Chris Williamson.
Bonds (5-8, 182) has spent time with the Ravens and Dolphins in the NFL, and he also spent time in the AAF and the USFL. He played in four games with the Ravens during the 2020 season, when he recorded six tackles. He spent last offseason with Miami before being waived by the Dolphins last August.
This past spring, Bonds played in 10 games for the Pittsburgh Maulers of the USFL and registered 18 tackles and one interception.
During his final season at TSU in 2017, Bonds played in nine games, starting eight, at cornerback and he had a team high four interceptions and had three pass breakups In his TSU career, Bonds recorded 95 tackles, 10 interceptions and 20 passes defensed in 41 games from (2014-17.
Wright, an interior lineman, entered the league as an undrafted free agent with the Browns out of Tulsa after the 2019 NFL Draft, and he spent the 2019 season on Cleveland's practice squad.
Wright later spent with the Falcons and most recently with the Bears, who waived him last week.
As a college player at Tulsa, Wright was a three-year starter at tackle.
Munyer and Williamson left Tuesday's practice with injuries.
The Titans return to the practice field at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday.