Receiving left the game against the Denver Broncos earlier after a blow to the shoulder. Smith-Schuster, who renewed with the Steelers, is expected to be on a four-month soak
O Pittsburgh Steelers won the Denver Broncos from 27th to 19th last Sunday (10) for Week 5 of the regular season of National Football League. However, the Pennsylvania team will have a huge casualty in their squad. WR JuJu Smith-Schuster dislocated his shoulder and will undergo surgery later this week that is expected to leave him out for about four months, ending his season.
Above all, who confirms is the insider from US ESPN Adam Schefter. Smith-Schuster, who signed a one-year contract to rejoin the Steelers in the Free Agency, by lowering his right shoulder, ended up taking a heavy blow from the safety from Denver Broncos Kareem Jackson. He got up slowly and was quickly supported by the Steelers’ medical team.
After a brief check on the side of the field, Smith-Schuster immediately went to the locker room. He went to the hospital for a reassessment, coach Mike Tomlin said after the game. “It’s hard to see him in that kind of pain, and that’s for anyone on the field, it’s hard to see someone get hurt who is a key attacking player.”, said the technician.
Smith-Schuster, 24, has 323 catches for 3,855 yards and 26 touchdowns in 63 games played in five seasons. The 24-year-old has 323 catches for 3,855 yards and 26 touchdowns in 63 games played in five seasons. He ends his season with 15 catches for 129 yards and just one touchdown in five games played.