Smith-Schuster will participate only in individual drills during minicamp due to a left knee issue but said he will be healthy for the start of training camp, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports.

Coming off an impressive season in which he nabbed 58 of 79 targets for 917 yards and seven touchdowns, Smith-Schuster enters his sophomore campaign firmly entrenched as a starter. He started his career with a limited role behind Antonio Brown and Martavis Bryant, but quickly overtook Bryant in the pecking order. Though Bryant is now in Oakland, the Steelers did invest a second-round pick in April in Oklahoma State wideout James Washington, but the rookie shouldn't be an immediate threat to Smith-Schuster's target count.

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