Gary Kubiak will not be Broncos' offensive coordinator in 2019

Broncos expected to bring back just one coordinator

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

The Broncos have reportedly been blocking teams from interviewing Kubiak, a decision that may have had major ramifications on the Atlanta Falcons' search for an offensive coordinator. After several discussions over the past few days, Gary Kubiak will not join Vic Fangio's coaching staff.

Logic dictates the Broncos would want him to serve in that same capacity, but the team also has a vacancy at offensive coordinator.

Kubiak, 57, was the team's head coach from 2015-2016.

It turns out, though, Kubiak will not be joining Fangio's staff.

Many thought Kubiak would have done wonders for Broncos quarterback Case Keenum, who posted mediocre numbers in first year in Denver, as well as explosive undrafted rookie running back Phillip Lindsay, who made the Pro Bowl in 2018.

"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.

Denver plans to speak with Pittsburgh Steelers offensive line coach Mike Munchak but he is not an offensive coordinator candidate, according to KUSA-TV's Mike Klis.

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