Updated: Feb 6
(Screenshot via Michael Gelken on Twitter)
JuJu Smith-Schuster was at The Star in Texas on Wednesday for a 7-Eleven event with Cowboys quarterback Dan Prescott, and he revealed that he's "most likely" headed for free agency, according to Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News.
Smith-Schuster also said he wouldn't mind catching passes from Prescott in Dallas.
“He’s a great quarterback. Catching balls from him in a facility like this, I wouldn’t mind it," Smith-Schuster said.
Smith-Schuster also took a little jab at the Steelers.
"The Steelers are still working on trying to get out of the wooden locker rooms,” Smith-Schuster said in reference to the Cowboys' luxurious facilities.
On Monday, Smith-Schuster posted on his Instagram Story, "It's been real Pitt!" The video also showed his car going into a truck. It was really unclear what Smith-Schuster meant by the post. A lot of people pointed out that he could just be going back to Southern California where he's from for the offseason. But it appears that Smith-Schuster might want to join another team, especially with Ben Roethlisberger retired and if the organization goes ahead with Mason Rudolph at quarterback.
It really all depends on the quarterback situation if Smith-Schuster returns in 2022. On Wednesday, Smith-Schuster asked on TikTok, who will be the next QB for the Pittsburgh Steelers, while watching a video of Rudolph running during the Week 16 game against the Chiefs.