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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Ted Thompson has suddenly become quite active in free agency. Just hours after signing center Jeff Saturday, the Packers have added defensive tackle Daniel Muir.
Muir, 28, played for Green Bay as an undrafted rookie in 2007, appearing in three games and recording four tackles. Muir has spent the past four seasons with the Indianapolis Colts, where he started 26 games and had 82 tackles.
It is likely that this means the end of the road for Packers defensive tackle Howard Green, who is an unrestricted free agent. Despite being healthy, Green was on Green Bay's inactive list for the playoff loss to the New York Giants.
That backup spot to B.J. Raji is now for Muir, a 6-foot-2, 312-pounder from Kent State.
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Saturday will be 37 years-old by the time the regular begins, I would think he has a year or two left, before he retires.
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