Daniel Muir DL OAK 5 Months
Raiders DT Daniel Muir left Sunday's Week 11 game at Houston with a knee injury.
Daniel Muir DL OAK 7 Months
Raiders signed DT Daniel Muir.
Muir, 30, continues to find a way to hang around the league. He's been with the Colts, Rams, Colts again, Packers, Jets, Chiefs, Texans, and now Raiders since 2011. Muir is nothing more than veteran depth for the Raiders.
Daniel Muir DL OAK Jan 19 '13
Chiefs signed DT Daniel Muir to a reserve/future contract.
Muir's signing is the first of new GM John Dorsey's tenure. Muir played three games with the Jets in 2012 after spending four seasons with the Colts. The 29-year-old will be fighting for a backup job in training camp.
Daniel Muir DL OAK Oct 10 '12
Jets signed DT Daniel Muir.
Released at final cuts by the Packers, Muir will provide veteran depth along the defensive line with NT Sione Pouha's back continuing to be an issue. A six-year veteran, Muir is just two years removed from starting 14 games for the Colts.
Daniel Muir DL OAK Aug 31 '12
Packers released DT Daniel Muir.
It's a mild surprise considering Mike Neal's four-game suspension. Phillip Merling now looks like a good bet to stick with the Packers.
Daniel Muir DL OAK Mar 23 '12
Packers signed DT Daniel Muir, formerly of the Colts.
Muir, 28, goes 6-foot-2, 312 and will likely compete for a roster spot at nose tackle behind B.J. Raji. Muir is a journeyman, No. 5 defensive tackle type.
Daniel Muir DL OAK Nov 08 '11
Colts waived DT Daniel Muir.
Daniel Muir DL OAK Oct 10 '11
Colts signed DT Daniel Muir, formerly of the Rams.
Muir was amongst the Rams' final cuts. He appeared in 36 games for the Colts between 2008 and 2010, notching 93 tackles and 0.5 sacks. He'll provide depth along a defensive line that lost Eric Foster for the season last Monday and is currently missing Drake Nevis.
Daniel Muir DL OAK Jul 31 '11
Rams agreed to terms with DT Daniel Muir on a one-year, $1.85 million contract.
Daniel Muir DL OAK Jul 27 '11
Free agent DT Daniel Muir is reportedly drawing interest from the Broncos and Rams.
Not exactly consolation for losing out on Brandon Mebane. The Broncos are interested in seemingly every defensive tackle available, so their inclusion is no surprise. Muir is more of a rotational tackle than starter-caliber.