The defensive line room at Chargers Park got a little less empty Wednesday.

San Diego added one to its group, signing end Jarius Wynn to a one-year deal. After three veteran linemen parted last month, Wynn joins defensive ends Corey Liuget, Kendall Reyes, Logan Harrell and Damik Scafe.

Cam Thomas is the Chargers' only nose tackle for now.

Wynn was a sixth-round Packers draft pick in 2009 out of Georgia. In 2011, he played in 16 games for Green Bay with four starts, setting career highs with 19 tackles and three sacks.

The 26-year-old was released last August, and he caught on with the Titans in early November. Wynn totaled six tackles and two sacks. One came in Indianapolis against Chargers GM Tom Telesco's former team. He has 6.5 sacks in 48 career games.