The Pittsburgh Steelers have one of the most outgoing young athletes in football. His name – JuJu Smith-Schuster. And this time, it wasn’t his touchdown celebrations or YouTube videos that are getting attention.
JuJu Smith-Schuster has become a household name to anyone in Pittsburgh. Whether you watch football or not, you’ve heard of the crazy, outgoing wide receiver, who loves to dance and have a good time. On top of his seven touchdown rookie season, Smith-Schuster won the hearts of fans on social media and through his YouTube channel.
Watching JuJu anywhere, you see how he’s always looking to have fun. Whether it’s on the field, in the classroom, or at charity events, Smith-Schuster is just looking to smile and make everyone around him smile as well.
This time, the smiles he brought were through a more dangerous technique. At Ben Roethlisberger’s charity softball event, Smith-Schuster took on a K-9 police dog who seemed to be just as strong as some of the defenders he tries to avoid on Sundays.
This doesn’t even come as a surprise for JuJu. The wide receiver is always the center of attention for the off the wall things he partakes in. Maybe Mike Tomlin wouldn’t be too happy with this one, but it appears Smith-Schuster came out safe, with no damage to his 2018 season.
Smith-Schuster has yet to see the practice field this summer, but has shown his face in Pittsburgh. He participated in modeling the Steelers’ throwback uniforms for this season and has been at OTAs, even if he wasn’t participating.
He isn’t dealing with injuries, and should be good to go by training camp. For now, he’s just living the life of an NFL star and loving every minute of it. Hopefully he sticks to playing with his dog Boujee instead of police dogs for now on, though.