For a second time this season, the Indianapolis Colts have said goodbye to Daniel Muir.

After not being retained by the team following the NFL Lockout in late July, the defensive tackle was let go by the team again on Tuesday as the team completed a number of roster moves.

Guard Seth Olsen joins a long list of Colts to be placed on the injured reserve, ending his season after suffering a hand injury.

With Dallas Clark and Brody Eldridge expected to be out a significant amount of time, the team signed Eagles practice sqaud tight end Anthony Hill while moving tight end Mike McNeill to the active roster from the practice squad.

Cornerback and former Bengal Morgan Trent was also picked up as a free agent while quarterback Dan LeFevour was added to the practice squad.

After being cut by St. Louis early in training camp, Muir was re-signed by the Colts on October 10th following the season ending ankle injury to Eric Foster. Muir made 11 tackles during his four games with the Colts, including four against the Falcons on Sunday.