Titans signed OT Byron Bell, formerly of the Panthers, to a one-year, $1.5 million contract.
Free agent OT Byron Bell is visiting the Titans Monday.
Free agent OT Byron Bell worked out for the Chiefs on Wednesday.
The Associated Press confirms that the Panthers have informed free agent LT Byron Bell that he will not be re-signed.
Free agent LT Byron Bell announced on his Instagram that he will not be back with the Panthers in 2015.
Panthers LT Byron Bell will return from his knee injury in Week 10.
Panthers LT Byron Bell (knee) has been ruled out for Thursday night's Week 9 game against the Saints.
Panthers LT Byron Bell (elbow) is expected to start Sunday's game against the Seahawks.
Panthers LT Byron Bell has been diagnosed with a "deep elbow contusion," but hasn't been ruled out for Week 8.
Panthers LT Byron Bell was forced from Carolina's Week 7 game against the Packers with an elbow injury.
Byron Bell appears to have won the Panthers' starting left tackle job.
Panthers re-signed restricted free agent OT Byron Bell to a one-year, $2.187 million contract.
Panthers coach Ron Rivera is convinced Byron Bell will benefit from moving to left tackle this season.
Byron Bell is currently penciled in as the Panthers' starting left tackle.