Steelers' JuJu Smith-Schuster puts production above personality


PITTSBURGH -- With constant head bobs, ear-to-ear smiles and a promise to make a Madden cover -- as a Hall of Famer, though "I'm just playing; chill out" -- JuJu Smith-Schuster's high-wattage personality came out in his first offseason interview from the Steelers' locker room.
But Smith-Schuster knows his epic "Fortnite" sessions with Drake and pictures with LeBron James are only possible because of his historic rookie year in which, at 21, he became the NFL's youngest player to top 1,000 all-purpose yards.
In a crucial second season with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Smith-Schuster wants that order to stay intact: production first, then the rest.