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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 much to share,” two-time MVP Kurt Warner said. “It’s disappointing. But it doesn’t fully surprise me.” Warner pointed to a conversation he had with Martz a couple of years ago, when the coach lamented if the right opportunities would be available to him. “In the NFL, too often, a perception that someone …
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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 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.
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...
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After leaving the Bears, Mike Martz has decided to retire from coaching. (Chicago Sun-Times)
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