They are very, very firm about when he'll be able to come back or when he won't be able to come backReport: Faulk injury worse than thought Sep 22, 2003
They're going to do surgery (Sunday) and pin his armRams lose Herring to arm injury Aug 24, 2003
The good thing to this, if there is good news, is we should have him back by the fifth game of the seasonBroken foot shelves Sehorn Jul 28, 2003
Terrence's situation is obviously one of those things that didn't work outRams dump Wilkins, Covington Jul 22, 2003
It's a position (right tackle) that we've struggled at over the last few yearsSaints trade Turley to Rams Mar 21, 2003
Mike Martz (born May 13, 1951 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota) is a former NFL head coach and currently the offensive coordinator for the National Football League's Chicago Bears.
Martz is best known as the offensive coordinator behind the St. Louis Rams high-powered 1999 team that won the Super Bowl. As a head coach in the NFL Martz was 56-36 in 5⅓ seasons as the St. Louis Rams head coach. He won two division titles, had four playoff berths including a NFC championship and a trip to Super Bowl XXXVI.
Martz played tight end at San Diego Mesa College, the University of California, Santa Barbara, and Fresno State University and graduated summa cum laude from FSU in 1972. The following year his coaching career began at Bullard High School in Fresno, California. From 1974 to 1991, he was an assistant coach at seven colleges and universities, including two stints as offensive coordinator at Arizona State University.