Kansas City chiefs and receiver Juju Smith-Schuster have agreed a one-year deal for 10 million.

Smith-Schuster played just five matches with the Pittsburgh Steelers last season due to a shoulder injury. He caught just 15 passes at 129 yards.

Smith-Schuster's best year came in his second season when he took 111 passes for 1,426 yards and seven touchdowns in 2018.

Smith-Schuster is signing a one-year, $ 10.75 million maximum deal with the chiefs, NFL Network's Ian Report and Taylor BCOT reported.

The deal is for a $ 3 million base salary, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reports, with the rest coming with potential incentives.

Smith-Schuster moved west after struggling through his worst season as a professional, a campaign where the receiver caught just 15 passes for 129 yards in five games.