The Kansas City Chiefs bolstered their wide receiver depth on Friday as they came to terms with JuJu Smith-Schuster on a one-year, $10.75 million deal.

The Chiefs were linked with multiple notable wideouts over the past week for a free agent deal, including Jarvis Landry. In the end, they opted to sign a receiver capable of featuring for the team in the slot or out wide as a possible deep threat.

As he noted to the NFL Network’s Taylor Bisciotti, Smith-Schuster just could not pass up an opportunity to play with Patrick Mahomes.

“I am going to play with a future Hall of Fame QB, to play with one of the best to ever do it,” Smith-Schuster said. “My goal as a player is to win, so I’m going to Kansas City with the hopes of winning a Super Bowl.”

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Smith-Schuster hit free agency last year and garnered interest from the Chiefs. While the Chiefs made a respectable offer to him and also would have earned more money had he signed with the Philadelphia Eagles or Baltimore Ravens, he wound up returning to the Pittsburgh Steelers on a mere one-year deal, with one of the reasons being his aspiration to play another season with Ben Roethlisberger.

Smith-Schuster is coming off of an injury-riddled campaign, as he missed 12 games after suffering a shoulder injury against the Denver Broncos in Week 5. He did make his return to action in time for the Steelers’ AFC wild-card matchup against the Chiefs, where he recorded five receptions for 26 receiving yards.

While the Chiefs did lose Byron Pringle to the Chicago Bears in free agency, Mahomes will have Smith-Schuster and Mecole Hardman as options to be his No. 2 wideout threat next season.