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Not so fast: Gary Kubiak reportedly won't run Broncos' offense after all

Gary Kubiak will not be Broncos offensive coordinator, sources say Gary Kubiak will not return to the Denver Broncos in a coaching role
Cassandra Castillo | 12 January, 2019, 13:28

With Fangio running the defense and Kubiak calling the shots on offense, the Broncos' new coaching staff appeared to be in place.

According to ESPN, the Broncos and recently appointed offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak had an impasse in philosophies and a mutual change of heart.

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, after lengthy discussions, the Broncos and Kubiak have made a decision to go in different directions due to disagreements regarding staffing and offensive philosophy.

The Broncos will need a new offensive coordinator for Vic Fangio's staff after all.

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Kubiak was Denver's head coach when the team won Super Bowl 50 in February 2016 before stepping down from the position.

Mike Klis of Denver's 9News added a bit more detail, saying Kubiak wanted to bring back assistant coaches Rick Dennison and Brian Pariani, who were fired in Denver's last housecleaning two years ago. According to The Monday Morning Quarterback's Albert Breer, Kubiak is still under contract with the Broncos on the personnel side of things. Fangio was hired Thursday to replace Joseph.

The Broncos have been talking to Pittsburgh Steelers offensive line coach Mike Munchak about coming to the team and having the same role.

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