Shaheen hauled in one of two targets for seven yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 20-3 win over the Jets.
Shaheen scored out of the shotgun early in the fourth quarter, but he was utilized as the No. 3 tight end behind Mike Gesicki and Durham Smythe, both of whom had more targets and offensive snaps. It's encouraging to see Shaheen's development continue in Miami, but his usage isn't yet enough to put him on the fantasy radar.
Shaheen failed to haul in his only target in Sunday's 34-31 win over the Cardinals.
Shaheen finished third among Dolphins tight ends with a 39 percent snap share, and for the fifth time this season, he failed to secure a reception. It's worth noting that his one target was on Arizona's two-yard line, and he could get more looks this week against the Chargers if Durham Smythe (concussion) is ruled out.
Shaheen failed to haul in his only target during Sunday's 28-17 win over the Rams.
Shaheen dealt with a shoulder issue leading up to Sunday's game, which may have played a part in his being held off the stat sheet. It's also worth noting that rookie quarterback Tua Tagovailoa only passed for 93 yards, during a contest dominated by Miami's defense and special-teams units. In any case, Shaheen normally only handles around 33 percent of offensive snaps, making him difficult to trust for fantasy purposes.
Shaheen (shoulder) is active for Sunday's game against the Rams, Josh Tolentino of The Athletic reports.
Despite being a limited participant in practices Wednesday through Friday coming off a Week 7 bye, Shaheen was able to demonstrate enough progress in his recovery from the shoulder issue for the Dolphins to sign off on him playing. He'll fill his normal role as Miami's top blocking tight end, while also offering rookie quarterback Tua Tagovailoa a sizable target in the red zone (6-foot-7, 257 pounds).
Shaheen (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Sunday's home game against the Rams, Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com reports.
Shaheen logged a trio of limited practice sessions leading up to Sunday's game, so it looks as though he has a fair shot to take the field. If the former Bear were forced to miss any time, however, Durham Smythe would stand to handle the majority of backup reps behind Mike Gesicki.
Shaheen (shoulder) was limited in Wednesday's practice, Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.
The Dolphins are coming off a Week 7 bye, so Shaheen's appearance on the injury report comes as a surprise, considering he wasn't known to have been banged up in the aftermath of a Week 6 win over the Jets. The fact that Shaheen was on the field in some capacity should be taken as a positive sign, however, making it likely that he'll be cleared to play Sunday against the Rams. The 26-year-old has scored in back-to-back games, and he appears to have clearly usurped Durham Smythe on the depth chart at tight end, which was reflected in the Dolphins' decision to hand Shaheen a two-year contract extension earlier Wednesday.
Shaheen and the Dolphins agreed Wednesday on a two-year contract extension worth up to $7.85 million, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
According to Schefter, the extension includes $3.2 million guaranteed. Since acquiring Shaheen from the Bears in July for a conditional seventh-round pick, the Dolphins have been pleased with how the 26-year-old has performed as the top blocking tight end to complement pass-catching specialist Mike Gesicki. Shaheen hasn't played more than 40 percent of the Dolphins' offensive snaps in any contest and isn't expected to see his role expand, but he at least offers a little more upside than the typical in-line tight end. He was a surprise weapon in the passing game in the Dolphins' Week 6 win over the Jets, hauling in all three targets for 51 yards and a touchdown in that contest.
Shaheen caught all three of his targets for 51 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 24-0 win over the Jets.
He surprisingly led the Dolphins in receiving yards on the afternoon as the offense mostly focused on chewing up the clock after taking a 21-0 lead into halftime, and Shaheen also found the end zone for the second straight game. Mike Gesicki, meanwhile, failed to catch either of his two targets Sunday. Shaheen's elite athletic profile made him a second-round pick of the Bears in 2017, but he wasn't able to stay healthy enough to make an impact in Chicago. Given his performance the last couple of games, Shaheen may cut into Gesicki's snaps and targets further coming out of Miami's Week 7 bye.
Shaheen hauled in his lone target for a three-yard touchdown Sunday in the Dolphins' 43-17 win over the 49ers.
After playing no more than 40 percent of the offensive snaps in the Dolphins' first four games, Shaheen was all the way up to 57 percent Week 5. That was likely a byproduct of the Dolphins' top blocking tight end, Durham Smythe (knee), being sidelined, but Shaheen still took advantage of the extra work by reaching the end zone for the first time in 2020. Even if Smythe misses more time after the Dolphins' Week 6 bye, Shaheen likely won't ascend to fantasy relevance while Mike Gesicki is locked in as the team's top pass-catching tight end.
Shaheen (foot) was acquired by the Dolphins from the Bears on Saturday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
The 25-year-old was drafted during the second round by the Bears in 2017, but he's played only 27 games in three seasons and has 26 catches for 249 yards and four touchdowns. Shaheen likely won't be guaranteed a roster spot given his track record with injuries, but a strong camp could put him in the mix for the No. 2 job at tight end with Durham Smythe and Chandler Cox.
General manager Ryan Pace said Tuesday that he expects Shaheen (foot) to be on the Bears' roster when training camp starts, Jeff Dickerson of ESPN.com reports.
Shaneen will enter the last year of his rookie deal in 2020. The 2017 second-round pick has played in just 27 of a possible 48 contests in his career, during which time he's caught 26 passes for 249 yards and four touchdowns. Shaheen missed the last eight games of 2019 on injured reserve, so it will be imperative for him to return to full health for offseason workouts.
Shaheen (foot) was placed on injured reserve Saturday.
That's now two Bears tight ends on injured reserve, as Shaheen joins Trey Burton (calf) with a season-ending injury. The 2017 second-round pick has been a massive disappointment, playing in just 14 games over the past two seasons while catching only 14 passes for 122 receiving yards and a touchdown during that time span. J.P. Holtz, Jesper Horsted and Bradley Sowell are the most likely recipients to pick up additional playing time, with Horsted actually scoring a touchdown on his only reception in Thursday's Thanksgiving Day win over the Lions.
Shaheen (foot) has been ruled out for Thursday's matchup against the Lions.
The Bears will be without both Shaheen and Ben Braunecker (concussion) for Thanksgiving Day, leaving J.P. Holtz, Jesper Horsted and Bradley Sowell as the team's available tight ends. Holtz has appeared in nine games this season and has averaged a shade under 20 offensive snaps per game, but he's only notched two catches for 23 yards. Meanwhile, Horsted and Sowell have suited up for just four games combined.
Shaheen (foot) was listed as a non-participant in Tuesday's practice.
Since being a healthy scratch in Week 10, Shaheen hasn't practiced and is trending toward a fourth straight absence. If he's unable to get onto the field for Wednesday's session, the Bears will likely be led by J.P. Holtz, Jesper Horsted and Bradley Sowell at tight end Thursday against the Lions since Ben Braunecker (concussion) isn't expected to play.
Shaheen (foot) was listed as a non-participant on Monday's estimated injury report.
Shaheen was a healthy scratch Week 10 and hasn't practiced in the meantime due to a foot injury. Elsewhere in the tight end room, Trey Burton (calf) is on injured reserve, and Ben Braunecker has been diagnosed with a concussion, leaving J.P. Holtz, Jesper Horsted and Bradley Sowell as the sole healthy bodies.
Shaheen (foot) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Giants.
Shaheen didn't practice again this week and will miss his third straight game due to the foot injury. Ben Braunecker is set to serve as the Bears' No. 1 tight end with Trey Burton (calf) on injured reserve.
Shaheen (foot) did not practice Wednesday.
Shaheen sat out Week 11's loss to the Rams due to a foot injury, and he has yet to make tangible progress in his recovery. With Trey Burton (calf) now on injured reserve, the Bears will be forced to rely on Ben Braunecker as the No. 1 option at tight end if Shaheen misses any more time.
Shaheen (foot) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Rams.
Shaheen was added to the injury report Thursday as a non-participant and was unable to retake the practice field Friday. The 25-year-old was a healthy scratch for Week 10, so Ben Braunecker should again serve as the Bears' No. 2 tight end.
Shaheen missed Thursday's practice due to a foot injury.
With Trey Burton tending to a calf injury, the Bears' tight end room is hurting at the moment. The team's remaining healthy options are Ben Braunecker, J.P. Holtz and Bradley Sowell.
Shaheen (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Lions.
Shaheen is coming off an ugly performance last week against the Eagles, as he failed to catch his only target and also lost a fumble on a kickoff. The healthy scratch is a low point for the 2017 second-round pick, who has nine catches for 74 yards in eight games this season.
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