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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 one season in 2008 and lastly with the Chicago Bears from 2010 until this season.
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