Colts make flurry of roster moves
The Indianapolis Colts still haven't found the win column, but at least they keep replacing and rearranging the parts in an effort to do so.
The Indianapolis Star reports that the Colts on Tuesday made seven roster moves to help with depth and in trying to improve the roster.
Defensive tackle Dan Muir, who had started two of four games since being re-signed on Oct. 10, was waived as part of the process.
The Colts, who are likely to be without tight ends Dallas Clark and Brody Eldridge this weekend, grabbed tight end Anthony Hill from the Eagles practice squad and signed Mike McNeill off their own practice squad to the 53-man roster.
The Colts also put guard Seth Olson on injured reserve, signed cornerback Morgan Trent, who had been let go last week by the Bengals and waived defensive back Prince Miller. And finally, Indy signed quarterback Dan LeFevour to their practice squad.
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com