Jackson Mahomes just found his partner in dancing crime.
A free agent last offseason, JuJu Smith-Schuster turned down offers from the Chiefs and Ravens to sign a one-year deal to remain with the Steelers. Smith-Schuster’s last game with the Steelers came against his new team. The 2018 Pro Bowl receiver has come to terms on a one-year, $10.75 million deal with the Chiefs.
Following the announcement, Jackson Mahomes took to his Instagram story and stated he needed a TikTok collab with Schuster.
Both Schuster and Jackson are well known for their TikTok dances.
JuJu caught five passes in Pittsburgh’s season-ending loss to the Chiefs in the wild card round. He now heads west after struggling through his worst season as a pro, a campaign in which he caught just 15 passes for 129 yards in five games.
Smith-Schuster will now continue his career with the Chiefs, who are looking to make it back to the Super Bowl after coming up just short in 2021.