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Watch: Browns appear to troll JuJu Smith-Schuster with TikTok dance after win vs. Steelers

Following their playoff-clinching win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Cleveland Browns performed one of JuJu Smith-Schuster's signature TikTok dances.

CLEVELAND — After punching their ticket to the postseason with a 24-22 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, the Cleveland Browns' celebration carried over into the locker room.

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Once there, multiple Browns players appeared to poke fun at Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster by performing the same TikTok dance that Smith-Schuster and several Pittsburgh players made headlines for following their win over the Indianapolis Colts last week.

In the video streamed live on linebacker Mack Wilson's Instagram account after the game, multiple Browns players including Jacob Phillips, Sione Takitaki and Tae Davis can be seen performing the "Corvette Corvette" TikTok dance.

That dance is the same one that Smith-Schuster and several Steelers players controversially performed after clinching the AFC North division title with a win over the Colts a week ago. Because multiple players in the video weren't wearing masks, many speculated that the team could be fined for not following the league's coronavirus (COVID-19) protocols, although no such action was ever made public.

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Adding intrigue to the Browns' apparent postgame trolling of Smith-Schuster -- who caught six passes for 65 yards and one touchdown on Sunday -- is the fact that Cleveland will be facing the Steelers in next week's AFC Wild Card game. 

With their win over Pittsburgh on Sunday, the Browns ended the NFL's longest active postseason drought and clinched their first postseason appearance since the 2002 season.

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