Indiana police have issued a Silver Alert for a former NFL player’s missing son, who is believed to be in extreme danger amid allegations of abuse against the parents.

Byrson Muir, the 14-year-old son of retired Indianapolis Colts defensive tackle Daniel Muir, was last seen leaving a family member’s home in Ohio two weeks ago, according to Indiana State Police, who now say parents Daniel and Kristen have become uncooperative.

‘Earlier today, Daniel and Kristen Muir had agreed to bring their 14-year-old son Bryson to meet with ISP investigators at the Peru Post,’ Indiana State Police explained in a press release. 

‘The agreement was to meet at 12:00 p.m. At approximately 11:00 a.m., the Muirs backed out of that arrangement which signaled an unwillingness to cooperate.’

Police cautioned that the investigation is still ongoing and urges anyone with information to call the Peru Post at 1-800-382-0689.

Bryson Muir (pictured with a black eye) is missing and believed to be in extreme danger

Bryson is the son of 40-year-old former Indianapolis Colts nose tackle Daniel Muir (pictured)

Bryson is the son of 40-year-old former Indianapolis Colts nose tackle Daniel Muir (pictured) 

Described as a 6-foot-2, 185-pound black mail with black hair and brown eyes, Bryson was last seen with a bruise around his eye, as pictured in a photograph shared by police. The child’s grandmother recently reported that black eye to police and told officers her grandson could be the victim of abuse at the hands of his parents.

According to police, Bryson was seen leaving a family member’s home in the Cleveland suburbs on June 16 in his mother Kirsten’s white 2015 Chevrolet Suburban. The car, which Kirsten was said to be driving, belongs to a Kokomo, Indiana organization known as the Servant Leader’s Foundation.

However, when that vehicle was pulled over by police in Garfield Heights shortly after leaving the residence, Bryson was no longer in the vehicle.

Bryson, 14, is described as a 6-foot-2, 185-pound black mail with black hair and brown eyes

Bryson, 14, is described as a 6-foot-2, 185-pound black mail with black hair and brown eyes

Ex-Colts nose tackle Daniel Muir has worked as a pastor at Staitway Truth Ministries in Indiana

Ex-Colts nose tackle Daniel Muir has worked as a pastor at Staitway Truth Ministries in Indiana

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Two days later, the by the Cass County Department of Child Services called Indiana State Police to investigate accusations of domestic battery against Bryson at the Muir family home in Logansport, Indiana.

Like the car, that property is owned by the Servant Leader’s Foundation, according to Indiana State Police.

DailyMail.com’s efforts to contact the Muir family and the Servant Leader’s Foundation have been unsuccessful.

The 40-year-old Daniel is a Washington DC native who played at Kent State before going undrafted in 2007. Ultimately he signed with the Green Bay Packers before spending three seasons with the Colts and parts of the 2012 campaign with the New York Jets.

Daniel has worked as a pastor at Staitway Truth Ministries in Logansport.

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