Denver's beloved Broncos offensive guru Gary Kubiak will NOT return to the team in OC position.
On a Friday afternoon in January, the cries of Broncos fans echoed off the snowy mountains as the heart-breaking news spread across the Front Range:
Gary Kubiak will not be the Broncos' offensive coordinator.
According to a tweet from Adam Schefter, the team leadership and Kubiak ended up having "different ideas" about the changes that need to be made going into the 2019/2020 season.
Assistant shocker: Gary Kubiak will not be Denver’s offensive coordinator, league sources tell ESPN.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 11, 2019
After lengthy discussions, Denver and Kubiak had different ideas on staffing and offensive philosophies. Both sides going in different directions.
Kubiak's new role had been announced on Wednesday, shortly after new head coach Vic Fangio was introduced. But since the announcements, trouble's been apparently brewing at Dove Valley. Kubiak and the Broncos will now part ways.
Just three years ago, Kubiak led the Broncos to a Super Bowl victory as head coach. Since resigning as head coach for health reasons, he's been fulfilling the role of scout. There's no word on whether he would continue with the team in any function.
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