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Brian Bell

Assistant Director, Sports Performance


Brian Bell is in his ninth season coaching in the NFL, his sixth season with the Titans and his first year as assistant director of sports performance. He joined the Titans in 2018 as a strength and conditioning assistant and was named sports performance coordinator in 2022.

During his first eight NFL seasons, Bell was a part of five playoff teams and four division winners.

In 2021, Bell was on a coaching staff that earned its third consecutive playoff appearance. The Titans won their second straight AFC South title, compiling a 12-5 record during a season in which they used an NFL-record 91 total players. In 2020, the Titans went 11-5 to win their division for the first time since 2008. The 2019 Titans advanced to the AFC Championship Game for the first time since 2002.

Prior to joining the Titans, Bell spent three seasons with the Houston Texans as assistant strength and conditioning coach. He was a member of back-to-back AFC South division championships in his first two campaigns in Houston.

Bell was an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Penn State from 2012-13.

Prior to accepting his position with the Texans, Bell was co-owner of The Athletic Factory, a sports performance center in Bowie, Md. From 2011-12, he served as the head football strength and conditioning coach at his high school alma mater, DeMatha Catholic, in Hyattsville, Md.

Bell was a tight end and fullback at Kent State from 2002-06. In 2007, Bell signed with the Washington Commanders as an undrafted free agent and served on the team's practice squad.

Bell and his wife, Crystal, have two daughters, Logan and Parker, and a son, Brian Jr.

Brian Bell's Coaching Timeline:

2023: Assistant Director of Sports Performance, Tennessee Titans

2022: Sports Performance Coordinator, Tennessee Titans

2018-21: Strength and Conditioning Assistant, Tennessee Titans

2015-17: Assistant Strength and Conditioning, Houston Texans

2012-13: Assistant Strength and Conditioning, Penn State

2011-12: Head Strength and Conditioning, DeMatha Catholic High School