Typically, a trade of late-round picks between NFL teams takes place on the final day of the draft. But on Tuesday, as players continue to endure the rigors of training camp, a trade of late-round picks commenced when the Dolphins acquired a 2023 sixth-round pick from the Texans in exchange for tight end Adam Shaheen and a 2023 seventh-round pick, the Dolphins announced.
Aug. 10 (UPI) -- The Miami Dolphins traded tight end Adam Shaheen to the Houston Texans, the teams announced. The Dolphins and Texans completed the trade Tuesday night. The Dolphins acquired a sixth-round pick in the 2023 NFL Draft in exchange for Shaheen and a seventh-round pick in the 2023 NFL Draft.
The Miami Dolphins traded tight end Adam Shaheen to the Houston Texans on Tuesday. The Dolphins also sent a seventh-round
The Miami Dolphins have traded Adam Shaheen to the Houston Texans according to reports, it was a trade that isn’t overly surprising. Earlier this off-season we predicted several players could get traded before the end of camp and Adam Shaheen was one that we believed could be headed out of South Florida. Tonight, the Dolphins made that happen.
MIAMI GARDENS — The Dolphins moved to thin out their tight end room Tuesday by trading veteran Adam Shaheen to the Houston Texans in a deal also involving a swap of low-round draft picks. The Dolphins sent a 2023 seventh-round pick to Houston and received the Texans’ sixth-rounder.
The Miami Dolphins have traded tight end Adam Shaheen and a 2023 7th round draft pick to the Houston Texans for a 2023 6th round pick. The Dolphins’ tight end room is very deep with Mike Gesicki, Hunter Long, Durham Smythe, Tanner Conner, and Ceathan Carter, so Miami making a move here isn’t surprising. Plus, there was the report on Monday from Albert Breer that Miami was making numerous phone calls trying to make deals and move some players at positions they are very deep at.
Shaheen was traded along with a 2023 seventh-round selection from the Dolphins to the Texans for a 2023 sixth-round selection Tuesday. Shaheen played in 12 games for Miami last season, recording 12 catches on 16 targets for 110 yards. A 2017 second-round selection of the Bears, Shaheen has yet to make an impact on the stat sheet. He'll work to carve out a bigger role for himself with a new opportunity in Houston.