Man returns bike belonging to Steelers receiver

Mystery solved JuJu Smith-Schuster's stolen bike has been returned

According to local Pittsburgh news station KDKA-TV, a man contacted the network late on Tuesday night to report he had been in possession of the bike and had turned it over to the police.

Khalifa was referring to the ongoing mess with disgruntled WR Martavis Bryant that escalated when Bryant was seen taking shots at JuJu Smith-Schuster, then calling in sick for a mandatory meeting, then followed that up with ranting through the media about a trade if he doesn't get what he wants.

"That's not why I gave the bike back".

He doesn't have a auto, and doesn't even have a driver's license, using the bike to get all over the city of Pittsburgh. He's used the bike to get from his apartment to the Steelers nearby practice facility.

While it's probably too early to speculate about whether or not Smith-Schuster will ultimately be healthy enough to play in the teams Sunday night road game against the Detroit Lions, if he winds up sitting, fellow wide receiver Eli Rogers would figure to receive even more playing time in his absence.

Pittsburgh Steelers rookie receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster doesn't have a auto or a driver's license.

A source told KDKA's Rich Walsh police will return the bike to Smith-Schuster Wednesday.

A social-media movement began under the hashtag #TeamFindJuJusBike, and Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown offered an enticing reward for the bike's safe return.

So needless to say, it was a pretty big deal to Smith-Schuster, as he expressed, once again, on Twitter.

The man gave police a description of the person he bought the bike from.



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