|Position:||Wide receiver / Kickoff returner|
|Date of birth:||December 14, 1973|
|Place of birth:||Mexico City|
|Career highlights and awards|
Marco Antonio Martos (born December 14, 1973) is a retired Mexican wide receiver and kickoff returner in American football, who played eighth seasons in the NFL Europe League for the Barcelona Dragons and Cologne Centurions.
Martos is the second all-time, all-purpose yards gainer in NFL Europe history. He also played in preseason games for the Denver Broncos, Dallas Cowboys and Carolina Panthers of the National Football League.
Martos began his football career at the Universidad de las Américas, Puebla, only a few miles from Mexico City. He spent five seasons (1992–96) with the Aztecas UDLA as a starting wide receiver. In 1995, Marcos led the team to their first-ever Mexican championship. The following year, he completed his college career with another Mexican League championship.
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