Shell, 31. was selected by the Jets in the fifth round of the 2016 NFL Draft. The former University of South Carolina offensive lineman spent four seasons in New York before joining the Seahawks on a two-year deal in 2020.
The Dolphins signed Shell to the practice squad last September, before officially joining the roster on Oct. 22. He played 669 snaps at right tackle and another 92 at left tackle while allowing just two sacks. Shell started 11 games and was called for four penalties. He started 72 games throughout his career but logged just two tackles — both coming with the Dolphins.