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Antonio Brown offers reward for JuJu Smith-Schuster’s stolen bike (pic)

Antonio Brown is doing his part to help out JuJu Smith-Schuster after the Pittsburgh Steelers rookie wide receiver had his bike recently stolen.

Brown took to Twitter to offer a pretty nice reward for the return of Smith-Schuster’s only means of transportation.

Smith-Schuster took to Twitter Tuesday to bemoan the theft of his bicycle.


“Man, someone stole my bike,” Smith-Schuster laments in the video. “I ain’t got a bike no more. I’m walking toward practice. This is crazy.”

It goes without question two tickets to an upcoming Steelers game would be quite the reward. But wouldn’t that entail the supposed thief to identify himself or herself? At the same time, thieves often just abandon bicycles after a joyride or two so Smith-Schuster has that going for him.

Smith-Schuster, who lives about a mile away from Steelers facilities, doesn’t even have a driver’s license so his bike is how he gets around on a daily basis. Although the 20-year-old rookie intends to get a license before the weather turns foul. That said, he better get going on that soon. Winter is coming.

It sure has been an eventful few days for Smith-Schuster. He was called out Sunday on social media by disgruntled teammate Martavis Bryant, who is bitter over a lack of involvement in the Steelers offense, with Smith-Schuster seemingly being the beneficiary. And now this bike theft. Good grief.