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Steelers rookie WR JuJu Smith-Schuster is looking for his stolen bike, and Antonio Brown has a reward

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The youngest player in the NFL, who doesn’t have his driver’s license, is looking for his main form of transportation.

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JuJu Smith-Schuster is the NFL’s youngest player, at the age of 20, and growing up in California he never saw the need to get his driver’s license. When he was drafted to the Steelers in the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft, he purchased a bike to get around town.

If you were ever downtown and saw a guy riding a bike wearing a Steelers helmet, it was probably Smith-Schuster. He has taken over the Steelers official Snapchat account on more than one occasion to taken fans on a tour of Pittsburgh, on his bike.

Tuesday, Smith-Schuster went to get on his primary mode of transportation, and it was stolen:

It is tough not to like Smith-Schuster. He has embraced the city of Pittsburgh and shows an awesome, and genuine, attitude about being a professional football player. Oh, and he is also playing at a pretty high level on the football field too.

With that said, teammate Antonio Brown is trying to get Smith-Schuster’s bike back to him, and even put a reward on finding the bike.

So, if you know anything about Smith-Schuster’s bike, or its whereabouts, you might want to get on social media and possibly get two tickets for an upcoming home game, via Antonio Brown.