JuJu Smith-Schuster likes what he sees in regards to chemistry as the Pittsburgh Steelers began organized team activities this week.
"The chemistry is on point," Smith-Schuster said. "Everyone is on the same page. Everyone is communicating. There's really no -- how do you say? -- drama in our locker room."
Smith-Schuster replaces Antonio Brown as Pittsburgh's No. 1 option in the passing game.
He said the Steelers' locker room is full of veterans who know their role. That won't stop him from providing a youthful bite.
"Being a young guy in a room, being 22, I feel like a French bulldog, you know, just barking at everybody,'' he told reporters. "At the same time, they've got dogs, too, so they can bark. I like that role.''