PITTSBURGH (AP) _ Inside linebacker Kendrell Bell, a second round draft pick who is expected to get a lot of playing time, has agreed to terms with the Pittsburgh Steelers on a $3 million, 4-year contract

The Steelers have only one remaining unsigned pick, nose tackle Casey Hampton of Texas, their first-round pick..

Bell, who played at Georgia, is expected to go to training camp as the backup to Mike Jones, the hero of the 2000 Super Bowl for St. Louis. He signed with Pittsburgh after former Steelers defensive captain Levon Kirkland was released in a salary cap move.

Kirkland has since signed with Seattle.

Jones and Bell will play the inside linebacker position played last season by Earl Holmes, who moves over to the spot played previously by Kirkland.