Gary Kubiak will not be Broncos offensive coordinator, sources say

Gary Kubiak will not be Broncos offensive coordinator, sources say

The Denver Broncos have been unable to agree to terms with Gary Kubiak on a deal to become offensive coordinator. After several discussions over the past few days, Gary Kubiak will not join Vic Fangio's coaching staff.

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, due to differing opinions on staffing and offensive philosophy, Kubiak will not be the Broncos' next offensive coordinator.

Kubiak's zone-run scheme seemed like a ideal fit, much in the way his offense fit seventh-round pick Justin Forsett in Baltimore.

Munchak reportedly impressed the Broncos during his interview last week as part of the team's search for a new head coach, and he also has family ties to the Denver area.

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Kubiak, 57, remains under contract with the Broncos, so his immediate future in the National Football League is unclear. Earlier this hiring season, the Broncos prohibited the Falcons and Bengals from speaking with Kubiak about their offensive coordinator openings, according to Schefter.

One thing is clear: if Kubiak wants to return to coaching, it will not be in Denver.

Fangio is pointing out Keenum's successful 2017 season with the Minnesota Vikings that saw the quarterback lead the team to an 11-3 record as the starter, and all the way to the NFC title game.