Gary Kubiak decides against being Broncos' OC

  • Gary Kubiak decides against being Broncos' OC

Gary Kubiak decides against being Broncos' OC

Gary Kubiak will not be the Denver Broncos' offensive coordinator, according to multiple sources.

Kubiak was 21-11 in two seasons as the Broncos' head coach and is considered one of the top offensive minds in the game, but after the 2016 National Football League season that ended with Denver's Super Bowl 50 victory he stepped down due to health concerns.

The Broncos replaced Kubiak with Vance Joseph but fired him after the coach went 11-21 during his first two years in Denver.

Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported that the Broncos want a "new age, innovative" coordinator for the offense and Kubiak wasn't quite on board.

Kubiak has been serving as the team's senior personnel advisor since 2017 and he is still under contract in that same role. After several discussions over the past few days, Gary Kubiak will not join Vic Fangio's coaching staff.

"None of the assistant coaching positions have been determined yet, and until things are ironed out and ironclad, I prefer not to comment on that", Fangio said Thursday afternoon. The Broncos are seeking permission from the Pittsburgh Steelers to speak with Mike Munchak about coaching their offensive line.