What if Michael Flatley, the Lord of the Dance, met the Bears?

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Football isn’t the only activity that beats up the body. Chicago’s Michael Flatley, who created “Riverdance,’’ is retiring as a dancer because of physical issues.

“My spinal column is in bad shape,” he said. He also mentioned problems with his knees and calf muscles, two ruptured Achilles tendons, a fractured right rib and a foot-bone fracture.

Or, as Bears coach John Fox would call it, a hamstring injury.

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