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JuJu Smith-Schuster, Pittsburgh Steelers, could face fine for postgame TikTok dance

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The Pittsburgh Steelers’ postgame celebration following their win over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday might show problematic.

Editor’s be aware: the video within the participant above is from Dec. 22, 2020.

After beating the Indianapolis Colts in come-from-behind vogue to not solely snap a three-game dropping streak however clinch the AFC North title, the Pittsburgh Steelers had loads to have a good time on Sunday.

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However on the subject of the NFL’s coronavirus (COVID-19) protocols, it seems that no less than some Steelers could have gotten carried away.

In a video posted to his TikTok account following the sport, Pittsburgh large receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster and several other Steelers gamers could be seen celebrating with a coordinated dance. The one drawback is that most of the gamers collaborating within the dance — together with Smith-Schuster — aren’t sporting masks, which matches towards the league’s coronavirus prevention protocols.

You possibly can watch the embedded dance within the video participant beneath. 

Warning, some language NSFW

Whereas the NFL has but to announce any form of punishment for the Steelers because of the dance, it would not be the primary time that the league has taken such motion towards Pittsburgh. In November, the NFL fined the Steelers $350,000 — together with a $100,000 advantageous to go coach Mike Tomlin — for masks violations in the course of the staff’s win over the Baltimore Ravens.

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