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- Martz Has a Change of Heart

Chris Pokorny February 8, 2006
Chris Pokorny
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A week after Mike Martz turned down the Detroit Lions' offer to become their offensive coordinator, he had a change of heart. Martz agreed to become the team's offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach on Wednesday.

Originally, Martz turned the job down due to money. Financial terms of the new deal were not disclosed. Martz was fired from the St. Louis Rams a day after the season ended, but has always been known as an offensive guru.

Martz will look to improve an offense with a lot of potential, but a lack of execution. Joey Harrington has never gotten things going, and their three number one draft picks have been injury prone.

The Lions also announced that Wilbert Montgomery would be their running backs coach, Pat Carter would become the tight ends coach, and Joe Cullen would be the defensive line coach.

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