Postgame TikTok dance could be expensive for the Steelers

Curt Popejoy
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The Pittsburgh Steelers celebrated their 12th win of the season and the AFC North crown on Sunday evening. After a huge comeback win, the Steelers players were elated and couldn’t hold back their emotions in the locker room. This included a group TikTok dance in honor of the win as well as a way of supporting wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster who took some heat for his pregame dances earlier in the season.

But this move could end up costing the Steelers. Basically what happened is the Steelers players put out a video openly violating COVID-19 protocol. According to Pittsburgh news anchor Josh Rowntree, this is just like the situation that cost the New Orleans Saints $500,000 and a seventh-round pick earlier in the season.

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