THE MICHIGAN DAILY
BUTKUS SEEKS $1.6 MILLION:
Linebacker sues Bears
CHICAGO (A_ - Middle line-
backer Dick Butkus sued the
Chicago Bears for $1.6 million-in
damages yesterday, charging
the National Football League
club with breach of a five-year
The Circuit Court suit charged
that the Bear management did
not provide him with medical-
hospital care promised in a
contract he signed last July 13.
It also said the Bears refused
to play Butkus, an all-time NFL
star at his position, this year
and for the remaining years in
Butkus said in the -suit that
he was seriously injured in a
game in November and that
orthopedic surgeons and the
team physicians examined his
injured knee and said he was
unable to perform the services
required of him by the contract.
The suit said doctors told
Butkus he "may well never
again be in the necessary phys-
ical condition to play profes-
The suit said extensive in-
jections of cortisone and other
drugs caused irreparable dam-
age to Butkus' knee and added
that the treatments were made
without advising Butkus of the
long-term effects of the drugs.
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