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Chase Claypool and Devin Bush make peace at the expense of fans and media

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Recently, Pittsburgh Steelers Devin Bush went on Twitter to share his problem with grown men using TikTok which indirectly took a shot at several of his teammates including wide receivers JuJu Smith-Schuster and Chase Claypool. It wasn’t subtle, it wasn’t veiled, it was blunt.

But, as when any professional athlete sticks their foot in their mouth, they blame any negative backlash on people like the media and in Bush’s case even the fans for manipulating their words.

Thankfully, I say with sarcasm, it seems Claypool and Bush have made peace and can be unified in the fact they see this all as someone else’s fault.

Smith-Schuster is truly the TikTok king of the Steelers. His pregame dances raised concerns last season and became an unwanted distraction during the season. Hopefully, these grown men can all just focus on the season after the debacle of 2020.

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