One lucky fan got a pair of Harris' cleats, while Smith-Schuster signed items even with his arm in a sling.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Even though JuJu Smith-Schuster is out for the season, that doesn’t mean he’s not still there for the fans.

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Smith-Schuster was at Heinz Field before the Steelers Lions game started.

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With his arm in a sling, he went over to the stands and signed Steelers memorabilia, including jerseys, signs, and, of course, Terrible Towels.

And he wasn’t the only player who was giving to the fanbase.

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Running back Najee Harris gave a pair of his cleats to a 10-year-old fan who was at Heinz Field for his first Steelers game.