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Throughout the season, Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster had essentially given opponents some added motivation in the form of a pregame dance at the midfield logo for his TikTok.
The Bills' Josh Allen even went as far as to call JuJu's dance out to his teammates during a pregame huddle.
But the it wasn't just the Bills.
During the AFC Wild Card round matchup with the Browns, Steelers receiver Chase Claypool took exception with how the Browns players treated Smith-Schuster in the 48-37 Browns win. After the Browns mocked Smith-Schuster in their locker room celebration, Claypool called the Cleveland players "classless" in an interview.
Well, Claypool says it's all good with the Browns now.
Commenting on a video with DAZN where he called the Browns "classless," Claypool said that the interview was filmed shortly after the playoff loss. He added that he has since spoken to players on the Browns, and there's nothing but respect for the AFC North rival.
Smith-Schuster, of course, gave the Browns extra bulletin-board material leading up to the game when he said, "The Browns is the Browns." Baker Mayfield was even heard shouting that quote after the win.
It took a few days, but Claypool finally realized that it wasn't a great look to complain about an opponent continually after a playoff loss - even if he was defending a teammate.
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