JuJu Smith Schuster is injured in the shoulder during an end-around play in quarter two and leaves the Steelers' game against the Broncos. (0:17).
PITTSBURGH -- JuJu Smith-Schuster, the Steelers wide receiver, was injured in the shoulder and was out of Sunday's 27-19 win over the Broncos.
Mike Tomlin, Steelers coach, stated that Smith-Schuster had been taken to the hospital after the game to be evaluated.
Smith-Schuster was seen to have injured his right shoulder during an end around. He was hurt after Smith-Schuster made a 3-yard gain. Steelers medical personnel attended to Smith-Schuster on the field and were slow to assist him.
He skipped the injury tent to go straight to the locker room.
Smith-Schuster was injured in his ribs during Week 2 against the Las Vegas Raiders.
Devin Bush, Steelers linebacker, was also ruled out of Sunday’s game due to a groin injury.
After Friday's practice, James Washington was ruled out due to a groin injury. To make room, the Steelers signed Cody White wide receiver to their active roster.