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Reports: Ex-Bears file 'Shuffle' suit

Updated: January 31, 2014, 5:21 PM ET
ESPNChicago.com

Six players who participated in the "Super Bowl Shuffle," the music video that helped immortalize the 1985 Chicago Bears, filed a lawsuit Friday to control the use of their likenesses and make sure the profits are used for charity, according to multiple reports.

Forbes and the Chicago Sun-Times report Hall of Famer Richard Dent along with Willie Gault, Jim McMahon, Otis Wilson, Steve Fuller and Mike Richardson filed the lawsuit against Renaissance Marketing Corporation, the licensing agent, ...

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