Muhlbach signed a one-year contract extension with the Lions on Wednesday, Kirkland Crawford of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Muhlbach is thus set to return to Detroit for a 16th consecutive season as the team's long snapper. The 37-year-old has appeared in 228 career games for Detroit, the second-highest total in team history.
Muhlbach re-signed with the Lions on Saturday.
Muhlbach, the longest tenured player on the Lions, will enter his 15th season on the team. He currently ranks third on the Lions' all-time list for career games played.
Muhlbach re-signed with the Lions on Friday, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Muhlbach has been long-snapping for the Lions since 2004, making him the longest-tenured player on the team. He will compete with second-year long snapper Jimmy Landes for a spot on the 53-man roster this preseason.
The Lions have re-signed long snapper Don Muhlbach to a one-year contract, the team announced Friday.
Muhlbach made the Pro Bowl in 2012 and has spent his entire 12-year career with the Lions.
Lions tight ends Eric Ebron (hamstring) and Joseph Fauria (ankle) are active for Sunday's game at Arizona after being listed as probable. Ebron returns after missing three straight games and will start in place of Brandon Pettigrew (foot). Fauria is back after missing six straight games.
Also suiting up are safety James Ihedigbo (back), center Don Muhlbach (ankle), right tacle LaAdrian Waddle (knee) and defensive end Devin Taylor (knee).
Outside of three players, the Lions enter Week 11 against Arizona relatively healthy. The team ruled out Nick Fairley (knee) and Larry Warford (knee) for Sunday. Reggie Bush (ankle) missed practice all week and was labeled questionable.
Meanwhile, the following players practiced in full Friday and were deemed probable: Eric Ebron (hamstring), Joseph Fauria (ankle), James Ihedigbo (back), Calvin Johnson (ankle), Don Muhlbach (ankle), Brandon Pettigrew (foot), Devin Taylor (knee) and LaAdrian Waddle (knee).
The Lions re-signed long snapper Don Muhlbach to a one-year deal, according to the team's website.