Steelers’ Smith-Schuster says he will stop dancing to NFL logos

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Juju Smith-Schuster told reporters on Wednesday that the ticking dance on the NFL team’s logo would stop.

Smith-Schuster said he and his player pre-show “don’t do it for the betterment of me and my teammates.”

Juju says he will stop dancing to the logos to improve the team.

“For me, I danced when we were undefeated, I danced when we lost our three games. I will not change who I am. I haven’t seen it any more, but it’s for my fans on social media. “

– Brooke Prior (@bepreer) December 23, 2020

Over the past several weeks, Smith-Schuster will feature a viral tic-tac-toe dance to Pop Hunar’s song “Adoral” in each stadium’s midfield logo. The dance was not limited to his opponent’s logo, the wide receiver also posted a video of the dance in the Steelers logo on December 2 while in his uniform.

The game’s unique pre-show has been criticized. Bengal’s striped “B” logo included the caption in the last video of her dance, “They told me (me) to stop dancing in the logo and not do it yourself, so.”

Smith-Schuster was later hit hard in the Bengals game by defender Von Bell, which some people thought took revenge for the dance.

Perhaps with less dance content, Smith-Schuster will provide us with more kana content instead of his dog bauzi.

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