The Titans and Spence agreed to terms on a contract today.
Spence becomes the sixth free agent to join the team since the beginning of March.
Spence was the recipient of the Ed Block Courage Award with the Steelers in 2014. He suffered a devastating knee injury in 2012 that caused him to miss two seasons, but he worked to put himself in a position to return. He played under the guidance of Titans defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau while in Pittsburgh.
Spence, 27, has played in 31 regular games over the last two seasons. He played in 15 games last season, with four starts, and recorded 37 tackles and a sack.
Spence, originally a third-round pick out of Miami in 2012, is expected to compete at inside linebacker this fall. He’ll also to play a key role on special teams.
Earlier in free agency, the Titans traded for running back