Steelers WR JuJu Smith-Schuster turned down richer offers to stay in Pittsburgh

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According to NFL Network reporter Taylor Bisciotti, Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster was being courted by the two best teams in the AFC, the Kansas City Chiefs and Baltimore Ravens and turn down more money from both to sign back with the Steelers.

Smith-Schuster now returns to the team and city that loves him, to work with his quarterback and hopefully thrive in a new offense. He’s betting on himself and it could pay off huge. Pittsburgh is set to have a massive amount of salary cap space in 2022 and a big bounceback in 2021 could pay off with a big long-term contract. Smith-Schuster led the team in receptions in 2020 with 97.

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