Found January 12, 2013 on NFL Trade Rumors:
PLAYERS: Mike Martz
TEAMS: Oakland Raiders
Steve Corkran of the Contra Costa Times reports that the Oakland Raiders have interviewed Mike Martz for their offensive coordinator vacancy. Corkran also met with Juan Castillo about potentially replacing Frank Pollack as their offensive line coach next season. Oakland isn’t in a hurry to make a decision regarding the position, so this could play out over the next few weeks. Martz’s most recent stint as the Bears offensive coordinator wasn’t exactly the most marketable experience, so it’s surprising to see a team with obvious offensive line issues consider him for the coordinator position. The post Raiders Interview Mike Martz For Their Offensive Coordinator Vacancy appeared first on NFL Trade Rumors -.

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