Despite rumors that he would stay in Baltimore, Baltimore Ravens OC Gary Kubiak may not be able to resist a return to Denver.
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The Denver Broncos will reportedly seek interviews with Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak to replace recently-departed head coach John Fox.
Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the Broncos will request an interview with Kubiak, who has a long history with the organization. Kubiak played nine years for the Broncos, spending all that time as the backup to current General Manager John Elway. He then returned to the team as an assistant coach in 1995 and spent 11 years as the quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator under Mike Shanahan, winning a pair of Super Bowls in the process.
Though Kubiak said this past weekend that he would not be pursuing head coaching jobs in 2015 and would instead stay with Baltimore, that was before John Fox and the Broncos mutually agreed to part ways.
Under Kubiak’s leadership, the Ravens set a franchise record for points scored (409, over 25.5 points/game) and were a top 10 offense.
Kubiak served as the head coach of the Houston Texans from 2006 to 2013, compiling a 61-64 record and leading the team to back-to-back AFC South division titles in 2011 and 2012.