In a flurry of roster moves Tuesday, the Chicago Bears signed defensive lineman CJ Wilson and running back Joique Bell, moved linebacker John Timu to the active roster, waived linebacker Jonathan Anderson and tight end Greg Scruggs and placed defensive back Kyle Fuller on injured reserve.
Wilson appeared in 78 games (19 starts) with the Green Bay Packers (2010-13), Oakland Raiders (2014-15) and Detroit Lions (2015). He has 111 tackles, 6.5 sacks, one pass breakup and one fumble recovery in that span.
Bell played in 68 games (15 starts), notching 2,234 yards on 561 attempts with 22 rushing touchdowns with the Philadelphia Eagles (2010), Indianapolis Colts (2010) and Lions (2012-15). He also has 161 receptions for 1,640 yards and one touchdown.
Timu is in his second season with the Bears (2015-16). He has appeared in seven contests, with three starts at inside linebacker, collecting 25 tackles and two fumble recoveries. He spent the 2016 offseason with the club before joining the Bears' practice squad prior to the start of the regular season
Anderson appeared in 14 games with three starts over two seasons with Chicago, recording 41 tackles, one interception and five pass breakups.
In four seasons, Scruggs appeared in 18 games with the Seattle Seahawks (2012-14) and the Bears (2015-16), collecting 11 tackles, three sacks and one pass breakup.
Fuller has started 30 of 32 games in three seasons for the Bears (2014-16), producing 129 tackles, six interceptions, 24 pass breakups and three forced fumbles. He led the Bears in interceptions in 2015 (two) after tying for the team lead in 2014 (four).