JuJu Smith–Schuster probably doesn’t have worry about his bike — or it being stolen anymore.
After spending the last few months using a bicycle as his only form of transportation, the Steelers wide receiver finally received his license from the Rogers School of Driving in Pittsburgh, according to a Tuesday morning tweet
“Your boy finally did it…just got my license! #ItsLit!” he shared with his followers.
Last month, the 20-year-old tweeted that his Ghost Square bike was stolen and explained how he had to walk to practice. The next day, cops announced that the stolen bike was returned to the Mt. Oliver Police Department from someone who bought the bike for $ 200. The man who returned the bike knew it belonged to the Smith–Schuster when he saw it on the news and turned it in.
The Steelers rookie no longer has to worry about transportation and can focus on helping his 6-2 team defeat the Colts on Sunday. Smith-Schuster is currently second on his team in receiving yards with 424 yards and leads the team in receiving touchdowns with four.