Rashid Shaheed

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6' 0"
180 lbs
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Weber State
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Cedrick Wilson
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Rashid Shaheed Returning to Saints on One Year Deal
3 months ago

Rashid Shaheed has been tendered by the Saints and will return on a one year contract worth $985k.

While there is zero guaranteed money in Shaheed’s contract, it’s a no brainer that he will be back on the field for the Saints in 2024 after displaying high end explosiveness during his first two seasons.


Shaheed has been a best ball hero of sorts, putting up wildly inconsistent production and having the ability to finish as a top-20 Wide Receiver any given week. In 2023, he posted 4 separate performances with over 18 ppr fantasy points, while scoring less than 8 points in nine games where he was fully healthy.


Look for Shaheed to continue to be a boom/bust option in 2024, with it being likely that he will be catching passes from Derek Carr. Carr struggled with a shoulder injury last year which many believe hindered his ability to throw it deep, and may have had a negative impact on Shaheed’s production. Shaheed has shown development in his first two seasons, and fantasy managers can expect him to produce in 2024 with better QB play, putting him firmly on best ball draft radars.

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Rashid Shaheed Dealing With Groin Issue
10 months ago

Rashid Shaheed did not finish practice Saturday after re-aggravating a lingering groin injury. 

Reports out of Saints OTA’s indicated that Shaheed was “looking great” early on. This hype gave much hope that he could build off an impressive finish to a rookie campaign that saw him finish with at least 50 yards receiving in five of the Saint’s final six games. Since the beginning of Saint’s minicamp, however, he has been dealing with a lingering groin injury. Shaheed sat out the first three games of the mandatory minicamp and after sitting out nearly a month during OTA’s he appeared to be on the mend as training camp rolled around.


After a few weeks with no reports of any issues, the lingering groin injury popped back up during the first week of the official team training camp. Shaheed was unable to finish practice on Saturday after suffering a re-aggravation of the injury. Head coach Dennis Allen indicated that the injury was likely minor and that he was not overly concerned.