American football wide receiver JuJu Smith Schuster plays for the National Football League’s Kansas City Chiefs (NFL). The relationship status of Juju with Alessandra Gesiotto is yet to be revealed.
JuJu Smith-Schuster is the stage name John Sherman uses. After playing college football at USC, JuJu was chosen by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft.
The Pittsburgh Steelers selected JuJu in the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft after playing college football for USC.
Smith-Schuster holds several NFL records, including being the first to score two offensive touchdowns of at least 97 yards each and the youngest to accumulate 2,500 career receiving yards.
He also holds several team records with the Steelers. He is well-recognized off the field for his involvement in social media and his love of esports.
NFL ranked Smith-Schuster as one of the most marketable players in 2019.
Is Juju Smith Schuster Girlfriend Alessandra Gesiotto?
Juju Smith Schuster is not yet married. However, he is recently spotted with Alessandra Gesiotto, but the two have not confirmed their relationship status to the public.
Juju appears to relish spending time with Alessandra. They recently attended Craigs to celebrate her birthday.
They were seen having dinner together at Alessandras’ birthday. She even posted pictures of Juju’s dog on her Instagram while Juju was up for his game.
Because the two are meeting up and spending time together, Juju is presumably dating Alessandra Gesiotto.
Alessandra Gesiotto is the younger sister of well renowned American Attorney, Political Candidate, Miss Ohio USA 2014, and Former author of a weekly column at The Washington Times titled “Millennial Mindset,” Madison Mari Gesiotto Gilbert.
Gesiotto graduated from Pepperdine University in 2021.
The Wide Receiver Net Worth And Contract Details
JuJu Smith-Schuster’s net worth is approximately $14 million. Since he recently signed a contract with the Kansas City Chiefs, this number is anticipated to increase even further.
The wide receiver signed a four-year contract of $4.2 million with the Steelers in 2017, which included a $1.19 million signing bonus and a guarantee of $1.84 million.
JuJu declined three bigger, multi-year offers from rival teams to remain with the Steelers when that contract was up for renewal. Instead, he agreed to an $8 million, one-year contract with the Steelers in March 2021.
Juju’s revenues also come from social media platforms. Smith-Schuster partakes in a live Thursday Night Football webcast with TimTheTatman while injured during the 2019 season and got paid $100,000 for it.
Smith-Schuster signed a contract with the well-known gaming club FaZe Clan to sell products in February 2018. In October 2020, he declared he would be the owner of a brand-new esports team named Team Diverge.
After the 2020 NFL season, the franchise plans to launch its gaming establishment and incorporate material from other athletes and entertainers.
JuJu Injury Update: Smith-Schuster Questionable For Week 5
JuJu Smith-Schuster, a Chiefs wide receiver, is classified as questionable for Monday night’s game against the Raiders (quad, hamstring).
He was fully active for the first two practices of the week and was recorded as having a quad ailment, but on Saturday, when NFL added the hamstring to the injury report, he was only partially active.
Smith-hamstring Schuster’s “tightened up,” according to HC Andy Reid, but he should be fine for Monday night’s game.
JuJu now carries increased risk in Week 5 fantasy lineups due to his underwhelming performance through the season’s first four games.
Regarding Smith-injury Schuster’s history, Smith-Schuster hurt his left knee in Week 11 against the Cleveland Browns on November 14, 2019. He was out for four games.
Smith-Schuster had a foot injury on November 22, 2020, while playing against the Jaguars in Week 11. He participated in the following game.
Smith-Schuster sustained a rib injury on September 26, 2021, while playing against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 3.
In 2021, Smith-Schuster had a shoulder injury in week five that prompted surgery and sidelined him for the remainder of the regular season. He also had rib bruises when he exited early in Week 3.