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Michael Richardson played for the Chicago Bears for seven seasons and was part of the winning Super Bowl team in 1985.

Michael Richardson, a retired NFL player who starred in the Chicago Bears’ famous Super Bowl Shuffle video, was arrested this week in Arizona for murder.

Richardson, 59, was arrested Wednesday in a Maricopa County jail for second-degree murder and firearm misconduct.

According to ABC affiliates KNXV and KTVK, he was also wanted for an arrest warrant issued a week earlier that police added to his registration fee.

Victim ”Ronald Like”

Richardson was allegedly involved in the death of Ronald Like, 47, who died at a local hospital after being shot and killed in Phoenix on Tuesday, the Phoenix Police Department said in a statement.

KTVK reported that investigators believed the shooting was worth more than $ 200 worth of cocaine, and testimony to police showed Richardson “is considered a drug dealer” according to public court documents.

Richardson, a cornerback, played seven seasons with the Chicago Bears and owned the 1985 Super Bowl XX winning team. He was also a member of the 1989 San 49ers Super Bowl winning team. Francisco.

Known as “LA Mike,” the former athlete appeared on the team’s famous song and video “Super Bowl Shuffle” and knocked on the door: “Please don’t try to get over my mess.” because I’m only here to do the Super Bowl Shuffle. “according to ESPN.

He was a second-round draft player in the state of Arizona in 1983 and last played for the 49ers in the NFL in 1989.

Since he left the sport, Richardson has built a long criminal record and was convicted of 21 different drug offenses in 2008, according to the Chicago Tribune.

Michael Richardson Sentenced 13-year in prison

The outlet reported that calls from former teammate Richard Dent and coach Mike Ditka helped convince a judge to reduce a possible drug possession sentence from 13 years to one year plus probation.

Richardson is being held without bond and will appear in court on January 7. It is not known if he detained a lawyer or made a statement.