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JuJu Smith-Schuster Getting His Bike Back

October 25, 2017
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JuJu Smith-Schuster Getting His Bike Back

The Steelers have one fewer fish to fry.

JuJu Smith-Schuster might be the first person to ever have their bike stolen, and have it returned in less than 24 hours.

On Tuesday, the Steelers’ rookie wide receiver posted a video of him walking to practice saying that somebody had stolen his bike.

At a time when one receiver is trying to get out, another was trying to get his stolen bike back. And rookie JuJu Smith-Schuster has.

Smith-Schuster’s bike got stolen two days after Martavis Bryant called him out on Instagram. Bryant has been unhappy with how he’s been used in the Steelers offense, and has said he wants to be traded if his role doesn’t change.

That’s not to imply that Bryant is the one who stole Smith-Schuster’s bike.

But would I be mad if Bryant did? No. Only because I would love to see the NFL get some real drama in it like the NBA that doesn’t involve numerous lawyers and courts and legal mumbo jumbo.

And if Bryant were to have taken it, Smith-Schuster would probably get it back and we’d have a happy ending — which happened regardless.

Congrats on getting your bike back, JuJu. A rare moment in history.

Via KDKA-TV, someone purchased the bike, swiped on Tuesday, for $200. The person then realized that the bike belongs to Smith-Schuster, and the person gave it to police.

Of course, some may now wonder whether the person who supposedly purchased the stolen bike is the person who actually stole the stolen bike, in the same way that the girl with the blue sweatpants assumed the Jerry was the one who hit her car and drove away without leaving a note.

Regardless, the bike will soon be back under the butt of JuJu Smith-Schuster, and Martavis Bryant will still have a stick up his.

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