5 unnamed Pittsburgh Steelers groups that JuJu Smith-Schuster can signal with

PITTSBURGH – We’re 215 days before the next soccer game with just enough time to find out the Pittsburgh Steelers off-season.

We’ll start with the biggest name that’s likely on its way out of the Steelers locker room. JuJu Smith-Schuster may bleed black and gold and the city of Pittsburgh may love him, but the NFL’s business is a difficult task and it will send the broad recipient to a new place.

Even Smith-Schuster realizes that his time is over. In the past few weeks he has been mentioning new teams while playing various video games with fans. A glimpse of who he’s considering? May be. And frankly, he’s not far from his best options for the next season.

These five teams are high on the list of potential Smith-Schuster targets. Sorry Steelers fans, but none of them are in Pittsburgh.

Los Angeles chargers

The LA Chargers need an insult to Justin Herbert. The rookie of the year is just getting started and has quickly proven his ability to produce mind-blowing stats in the NFL.

Now is the time to stack your guns. According to Sportrac, an estimated $ 33 million will be available this off-season. While finding offensive line help and developing defense are high priorities, finding a splash signature is also high on the list.

Smith-Schuster brings a veteran presence to a young team while he is only 24 years old. The chargers can add a reliable pair of hands to play across the field, giving Herbert the WR1 he needs in his sophomore year.

Indianapolis Colts

The Colts need to find a quarterback, but adding a broad receiver beforehand is not a bad idea. Smith-Shuster, moving to TY Hilton and Company, keeps this reception core young and talented for anyone who throws the ball next season.

The Colts have a ton of open cap space this off-season and don’t really need much help from their entire team. So they give free hands on weapons for both sides of the ball.

Hilton, Smith-Schuster, and Michael Pittman Jr. are a dangerous trio to be turned over to a new franchise quarterback. Maybe a downgrade from playing with Ben Roethlisberger, but money will likely help ease that pain.

Chicago Bears

Mitch Trubisky. No, Mitch Trubisky. Who knows what the situation with the Bears quarterback will look like in 2021. However, if rectifying the Chicago offense is a priority, they will consider adding another recipient to relieve the trip group.

This could worry Steeler’s fans. Nobody wants Smith-Schuster to end up like Allen Robinson, who gets more social media attention for being on a terrible team than playing well.

If they can figure out who is throwing the football, signing a top notch recipient is just what they need. Smith-Schuster’s versatility allows him to register wherever they need him, making life a lot easier for Robinson and the rest of the recipients.

Green Bay Packers

If you lose another year with Big Ben, joining Aaron Rodgers isn’t a bad substitute. The 2021 League MVP would make Smith-Schuster one of the best and love his ability to play anywhere on the field.

The Packers’ reception core isn’t as rough as it used to be, but Rodgers deserves another talent that’s better than the middle class. Smith-Schuster and Devante Adams are a dangerous duo together, and Rodgers and Smith-Schuster know it.

Miami Dolphins

The Miami Dolphins didn’t seem like an option until recently. But the more you thought about it, the more useful it got.

What a young quarterback like Tua Tagovailoa needs is as many reliable hands as possible. Put Smith cobbler in the slot and give him someone to toss over the middle and Dolphins’ young quarterback will be much more comfortable in the pocket.

Additionally, the Dolphins have over $ 30 million available this off-season, and they would likely spend a lot of it on compounding the offense. A name like Smith-Schuster sniffs around and knows how big a brand can get in a city like Miami, and it sounds like a pretty good game.

Noah Strackbein is a publisher at AllSteelers. Follow Noah on Twitter @NoahStrack and AllSteelers @si_steelers.

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