JuJu Smith-Schuster takes shot at Antonio Brown over camp entrances
The Pittsburgh Steelers are free from the distractions caused by Le’Veon Bell’s holdout and Antonio Brown’s distractions last season and are focused on football this year. JuJu Smith-Schuster and others have made that clear.
Smith-Schuster simply entered the building from a side door upon arriving at training camp on Thursday. There was no special entrance the way Brown has done the last several years. Smith-Schuster even commented on that, taking a shot at his former teammate by saying he doesn’t need the “paparazzi.”
Brinks truck, chauffeured vehicle, helicopter, hot air balloon… JuJu Smith-Schuster eschewed it all to just walk in the side door when he arrived at camp. Today, he said, “I’m coming to work. I don’t really need the paparazzi.” #Steelers
— Aditi Kinkhabwala (@AKinkhabwala) July 26, 2019
Brown’s training camp arrivals with the Steelers included chauffeurs and helicopters.
How the #Steelers #1 WR has rolled into training camp throughout the last four years. Business may have been boomin’ with Antonio Brown but JuJu is here to take care of business. pic.twitter.com/e5tGypVbie
— Daniel Valente (@StatsGuyDaniel) July 25, 2019
When Brown arrived at his first training camp with the Raiders, he did so in a hot air balloon.
— Oakland Raiders (@Raiders) July 26, 2019
Brown and Smith-Schuster spent the offseason trading shots. We can only imagine this will lead to a response from the new Raiders receiver.