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Steelers Scratch WR Cody White, JuJu Smith-Schuster Dressed vs. Chiefs

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Pittsburgh Steelers have scratched wide receiver Cody White and JuJu Smith-Schuster is part of the active roster for Sunday’s AFC Wild Card playoff game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Smith-Schuster completed his rehab from shoulder dislocation surgery in just three months and will play against the Chiefs after participating in only two practice sessions.

White has played in 15 games and served as a backup outside receiver. He has five catches on the season for 33 yards.

The Steelers also scratched third quarterback Dwayne Haskins, running back Anthony McFarland, Jr., nose tackle Carlos Davis and inside linebacker Tegray Scales.

Haskins has been active just once this season. Both Davis and McFarland have been mostly scratched since suffering knee injuries early in the season and missing extensive time.

Scales has not dressed after joining the team while it was missing a few inside linebackers late in the regular season.

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