Shell agreed Wednesday with the Seahawks on a two-year, $11 million contract, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Shell stands to replace Germain Ifedi as the Seahawks' top right tackle heading into the 2020 season. The 28-year-old will also bring added versatility to Seattle's offensive front, having handled snaps at right guard and even tight end in the past.
Shell (knee) was participating at Wednesday's practice, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
Shell had the knee injury crop up last week and sat out the preseason contest versus the Falcons, but his quick return to the practice field confirms it was a minor issue. The 27-year-old lines up for another season at starting right tackle for the Jets.
Shell (knee) didn't practice Sunday, but ESPN's Rich Cimini reports that Shell's injury isn't serious, so he should resume practicing soon.
This is good news for a Jets team that will need Shell to firm up the offensive line while guards Kelechi Osemele (pectoral) and Brian Winters (shoulder) are on the mend.
Shell did not play in Thursday night's preseason game against the Falcons due to a knee injury, Darryl Slater of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
It's unclear what the severity of Shell's injury is at this point. Chuma Edoga got the start in Shell's absence.
Shell (knee) is practicing Wednesday, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports.
Shell has started 29 games for the Jets over the past three seasons and didn't miss a single snap until a teammate rolled up on his knee in Week 15. After undergoing surgery in December, the 27-year-old is presumably close to full health if the Jets are allowing him to take the practice field in April.
Shell (knee) is facing a six-week recovery timetable, Connor Hughes of The Athletic reports.
Shell's knee injury was initially thought to be more severe than a typical ACL/MCL/PCL issue, but further tests have led to a more optimistic recovery timetable. This is great news for the 26-year-old, who now appears on track to be available for offseason workouts.
Shell underwent knee surgery Thursday and does not yet have a recovery timetable, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
Coach Todd Bowles said that Shell's undisclosed knee issue is beyond the typical ACL/MCL/PCL injury. It's unclear what this means for Shell's future, but it appears that his availability for offseason workouts -- including training camp -- could be up in the air.
Shell (knee) was placed on injured reserve Wednesday, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
The Jets announced earlier Wednesday that Shell would be out for the season with knee surgery on tap, so the transaction comes as little surprise. The specifics of the injury and Shell's procedure remain unclear, leaving the 26-year-old's status for offseason workouts up in the air. Brent Qvale should step in at right tackle for the final two games of the season.
Coach Todd Bowles said Wednesday that Shell (knee) is done for the season and will likely require surgery.
Shell suffered a significant knee injury during Sunday's loss to the Texans and will likely shift to injured reserve in the next day or two. The Jets should have a better feel for his recovery timetable once surgery is completed, but for now, Shell's availability for offseason workouts looks to be up in the air. Brent Qvale is expected to draw the start at right tackle for the final two games of 2018.
Coach Todd Bowles said Shell (knee) will have an MRI on Sunday but isn't optimistic about his status, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports. "I don't think he'll be back anytime soon," Bowles said.
Shell was carted off the field during Saturday's game versus the Texans and didn't return. Based on Bowles' statement, there's a good chance the Jets, who are far from playoff contention, will choose to shut down Shell for the season regardless of the MRI results. Expect Brent Qvale to work at the starting right tackle moving forward.
Shell (knee) was ruled out for Saturday's game against the Texans, Ethan B. Greenberg of the Jets' official site reports.
Shell exited earlier in the contest and was listed as doubtful to return, so this was to be expected. Brent Qvale has stepped in at right tackle for the Jets.
Shell (knee) is doubtful to return to Saturday's contest against the Texans.
Shell was carted off to the locker room after he was rolled up on during a passing play in the third quarter. Brent Qvale will take over in his place.
Shell (concussion) played 23 offensive snaps during Thursday's preseason game against the Redskins.
Shell missed the 2017 regular-season finale due to a concussion, but he appears to be healthy as the 2018 regular season approaches. He's slated to serve as the team's starting right tackle again this season after starting 12 games in 2017.
Shell (concussion) was ruled out of Sunday's game against the Patriots.
Shell sustained a concussion in Week 16 and evidently wasn't able to clear protocol in time. He'll finish the season as Pro Football Focus' 51st highest-graded offensive tackle to date, struggling more in run blocking than pass protection.
Shell suffered an injury to his head in Sunday's game against the Chargers.
Shell was hurt on the last play of the first half while making a tackle. He was ruled out immediately and was replaced by Brent Qvale, who will likely take Shell's place again in Week 17 versus New England if the latter is unable to return by then.
Shell (neck) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice and is in line to play Sunday against the Buccaneers, Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
After missing the last two games, Shell will slot back into his right tackle position.
The Jets have listed Shell (neck) as inactive for Thursday's tilt versus the Bills.
Given his doubtful designation heading into the game, Shell's absence Thursday comes as no surprise. He will look to bounce back in Week 10 against the Bucs.
Shell (neck) is doubtful to play Thursday against the Bills.
Though Shell was able to fit in limited practices Monday through Wednesday, there's still little optimism he'll be able to return from the neck injury he sustained in Week 7.
Shell (neck) is listed as out for Sunday's game against the Falcons, Connor Hughes of NJ.com reports.
Shell hurt his neck in Week 7's game against the Dolphins, and Brent Qvale will likely take over at right tackle for the time being.
Shell is doubtful to return to Sunday's game against the Dolphins due to a neck injury, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports.
In Shell's absence, Brent Qvale will slot in at right tackle.