Patriots get new head coach, hire new offensive coordinator
NEW YORK — New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick has named Mike Martz as his offensive coordinator, bringing him to New England after Martz served as his quarterbacks coach for three seasons in Houston.
Martz replaces offensive coordinator Dan Campbell, who was fired by the Patriots in the offseason.
Martzz is in his second stint with the Patriots after serving as quarterbacks coach from 2015-17.
He previously coached the San Diego Chargers offense under Mike McCoy from 2012-13.
MartZ was a tight end with the Denver Broncos from 2001-03 and spent the past three seasons with the Dallas Cowboys.
He previously served as quarterbacks coordinator and offensive line coach for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New Orleans Saints.