There was a lot of complaining before, during and after the Pro Bowl Game this past weekend. But one of the more justified complaints came when Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster left the game in the second quarter with a knee injury.
Now that a full day has passed, we have an injury update on the Steelers' leading receiver from 2018.
According to ESPN reporter Jeremy Fowler, Smith-Schuster's is feeling "fine" and the injury to his knee is not believed to be serious.
Smith-Schuster reportedly suffered a knee bruise in the second quarter after being rolled up on a tackle following a 16-yard catch - his only one of the game. He did not play the rest of the game.
Per the report, Smith-Schuster did not speak to the media following the AFC's 26-7 win over the NFC.
It was Smith-Schuster's first Pro Bowl appearance in just his second year in the league. He beat out perennial Pro Bowler and teammate Antonio Brown to lead the Steelers in receptions and yards.
He reached the Pro Bowl as an alternate after Brown pulled out.
The injury update for JuJu Smith-Schuster is great news for the Steelers, who might need him to have an increased role with the team in 2019.