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Mike Martz says he is retiring from coaching.
The NFL Network first reported his decision this week and Martz told the Chicago Sun-Times, ''It's time.'' He did not return a message left Tuesday.
The architect of ''The Greatest Show on Turf'' as offensive coordinator and head coach of the Rams, Martz spent the past two seasons as the Chicago Bears...
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A report says that Mike Martz, the architect of St. Louis' "The Greatest Show On Turf" at the turn of the century, is retiring from coaching.
The search for a new head coach for the Oakland Raiders continues as the team put in a formal request to speak with Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Mike Tice. Tice was recently promoted to the role of offensive coordinator for the Chicago Bears with the retirement of Mike Martz. Martz’s contract with the Bears was up at the conclusion of this season and Chicago...
The Bears interviewed New England Patriots director of pro personnel Jason Licht for their vacant general manager position. They have three other interviews planned. Former offensive coordinator Mike Martz has told NFL Network’s Jason LaCanfora that he is retiring from coaching. And the chances of special teams coordinator Dave Toub moving on look to be increasing.
Thirty-eight years after starting his career at a Fresno, Calif., high school, Mike Martz decided to retire from coaching Monday. “It’s time,” Martz told the Sun-Times. His greatest pupil disagrees. “He’s a great teacher of the game and has great knowledge of the game, and he has so...
Longtime offensive coordinator and former NFL head coach Mike Martz is retiring from coaching, NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora reports. Martz was most recently the offensive coordinator with the Chicago Bears.
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Former Chicago Bears OC Mike Martz says he will retire from football to pursue other opportunities. We also discuss the Vikings’ interest in DB coach Jon Hoke, Dave Toub’s future and more.
According to Jason LaCanfora of the NFL Network, Mike Martz has decided to retire from coaching.
Martz was the St. Louis Rams offensive coordinator in 1999 when they won their first and only Super Bowl. He was then their head coach from 2000-2005.
Martz then finished up his career as an offensive coordinator for the Detroit Lions from 2006-2007, then the San Francisco 49ers for...
Some were pushing for Jeff Fisher to hire Mike Martz as his offensive coordinator in St. Louis. All kinds of interesting connections there. Martz Rams [he was offensive coordinator] beat Fishers Titans in Super Bowl XXXIV. Later, the two worked together as members of the competition committee. And Martz Rams and Fishers Titans held joint training camp practices. Source:...
Former Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz is retiring from coaching according to Jason La Canfora of NFL Network. Martz contacted me Monday to confirm that he is ending his distinguished coaching career in order to focus on other opportunities. Martz, a former head coach and long-time offensive coordinator, won a Super Bowl with the St. Louis Rams as an offensive coordinator...
Brad Biggs, the Chicago Tribune reporter, is reporting today that The Oakland Raiders have requested to interview the Bears’ newly promoted offensive coordinator, Mike Tice.
According to a club and NFL sources, the Raiders have requested permission to interview Tice for their head coaching position. In accordance with NFL rules, the Bears must grant permission, unlike the move...
Former Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz has told NFL Network's Jason La Canfora that he's retiring from coaching in order to 'focus on other opportunities.'
Brad Biggs: After ignoring the tight end as a pass-catching option under Mike Martz, the Bears are expected to place a priority on finding a skilled addition to the passing game to help control the middle of the field for quarterback Jay Cutler.
Good morning and welcome to Bear Bites, your morning rundown of Bears news. Read on for lots of coaching personnel news, how Lovie Smith dealt with the roster and the role of tight ends on the Bears offense.
After leaving the Bears, Mike Martz has decided to retire from coaching. (Chicago Sun-Times)
The Bears' exclusive negotiating window with special teams coach...