It's becoming increasingly likely that rookie wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster will miss his first NFL game Sunday when the Steelers play the Green Bay Packers at Heinz Field. Smith-Schuster did not practice Thursday for the second consecutive day with a hamstring injury coach Mike Tomlin described as "small" earlier in the week. If Smith-Schuster does not practice Friday, he almost certainly will be inactive on game day.
Sign up for one of our email newsletters. Antonio Brown caught a touchdown pass against his helmet on Sunday. Three days later, he caught the AFC's top offensive honor. Brown was named the conference offensive player of the week Wednesday on the heels of his 10-catch, 144-yard, three-touchdown game in the Steelers' 40-17 win against the Tennessee Titans. Brown's 41-yard touchdown catch on the first drive of the game staked the Steelers to a 7-0 lead.
Sign up for one of our email newsletters. JuJu Smith-Schuster can now legally buy an alcoholic drink. The Steelers' precocious rookie wide receiver, the youngest player in the NFL, turned 21 on Wednesday. For a player who uses the word â€œlitâ€? to describe his happiness, Smith-Schuster rang in his birthday with a low-key celebration. After midnight, Smith-Schuster went on Facebook Live and posted a 10-minute video that showed him listening to music in his apartment.
JuJu Smith-Schuster and Vance McDonald did not participate in practice for the second day in a row, making it unlikely they play Sunday vs. Green Bay. Mike Mitchell downgraded from full to limited participant Thursday
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Selecting a term
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