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FOX hires Martz for its NFL broadcast team

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  • Former Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz, here talking with Jay Cutler, has joined FOX as an NFL analyst this fall.

       Former Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz, here talking with Jay Cutler, has joined FOX as an NFL analyst this fall.
    STEVE LUNDY | Staff Photographer

 
By Daily Herald News Services

Former ESPN reporter Erin Andrews won't be the only new NFL face at FOX this fall.

In addition to adding Andrews to its NFL broadcast lineup, FOX has hired former Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz to its stable of analysts, along with former NFL fullback Heath Evans.

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The 2012 regular season kicks off on Sept. 9, with doubleheader coverage of seven games, and Martz will be paired with announcer Ron Pitts for the Carolina-Tampa Bay game that day.

Here is a link to the full report at FOX:

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