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NFC North Tour: Olsen Not Worried

TE Greg Olsen (Jonathan Daniel/Getty)

In Chicago, standout tight end Greg Olsen is not worried about his role with new offensive coordinator Mike Martz. In Detroit, fans are warming up to the Lions. In Minnesota, Ryan Longwell isn't thrilled about losing the kickoff job. And much, much more!

Chicago Bears About the only person not making a big deal about tight end Greg Olsen's role in Mike Martz's offense is Olsen himself. Olsen led the Bears last season with 60 receptions and eight touchdowns, but Martz's offenses have rarely utilized the tight end to that extent. In Martz's seven years with the Rams, the first season as the offensive coordinator and the next six as head coach, no...

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