Smith-Schuster committed to the Kansas City Chiefs on March 20, 2022. The contract had a one-year duration and a maximum value of $10.75 million.
On October 16, 2022, he scored his first touchdown while playing for the Chiefs in a 20-24 loss against the Buffalo Bills. Smith-first Schuster played football when he was eight years old.
While in college, he legally changed his last name from “Smith” to “Smith-Schuster” in honour of his stepfather. In football program listings in 2012, he altered his name from “John” to “JuJu,” a moniker an aunt gave him when he was a young child. Smith-Schuster was taught by Snoop Dogg when he was a young football player in the Snoop Youth Football League.
Snoop gave Smith-Schuster the nickname “Sportscenter” and assured the youngster that he thought one day his highlights would air on the premier ESPN program.
He played college football at USC. He presently plays as a wide receiver for the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League (NFL).
JuJu Smith-Schuster Children: Does JuJu Smith-Schuster Have Any Kids?
No, per the information available in our database, the record-breaking player has not started making babies yet.