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Gary Kubiak | OT

Team: Denver Broncos
Age / DOB:  (56) / 8/15/1961
Ht / Wt:  6'0' / 192
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Broncos hired ex-coach Gary Kubiak in a scouting/advisor role.
Kubiak stepped away from head coaching following a number of health issues, but he always made it known he wanted to stay in football in some capacity. One of GM John Elway's best friends -- as well as Elway's backup during their playing days -- Kubiak will now be a trusted personnel hand for Denver's front office. Jul 25 - 11:20 AM

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Former Broncos coach Gary Kubiak wouldn't rule out an eventual return to coaching someday.

In a chat with longtime Texans beat writer John McClain, Kubiak said he feels great health-wise and wants to stay around the game of football. He stressed he doesn't want to coach right now, but has been in contact with high schools and colleges talking about other roles. Kubiak just turned 55 this past year, so a return to the sidelines sometime down the line isn't out of the question.
Feb 1 - 1:46 PM

Broncos coach Gary Kubiak resigned.

Dealing with renewed health concerns, the 55-year-old Kubiak is retiring after 10 years as a head coach. He rides off into the sunset 21-11 as a Bronco, with a Lombardi trophy to boot. On the whole, Kubiak finishes his career 82-75 (.522). It's not the most glamorous of records, but Kubiak helped build the Texans from the ground up, and was one of the most creative offensive minds of his generation. Kubiak could plug and play both running backs and quarterbacks like few in the modern era. Perhaps television is on tap for a man who needs a lower-stress job.
Jan 1 - 7:49 PM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Broncos coach Gary Kubiak is expected to retire after the season.

Meaning Sunday will likely be his last game as Denver's head coach. Kubiak has dealt with some health issues including earlier this year when he missed a Thursday night game in San Diego due to migraines. It's been a disappointing year for the Broncos but their defense is still one of the league's best and this should be one of the more attractive coaching jobs available this winter.
Jan 1 - 8:11 AM

When asked about his future, Broncos coach Gary Kubiak did not squash the rumors he is considering resigning after the season.

"There will be time for reflection and all that stuff next week," Kubiak said, "but right now it’s time to focus on what we’re doing." Kubiak suffered a scary medical situation on the field when he was coaching the Texans, and he was forced to sit out a game due to health concerns this season. It is certainly interesting the 55-year-old did not shoot down the rumors entirely, but he will likely return for his third season with the Broncos next year.
Sat, Dec 31, 2016 12:56:00 PM

Broncos coach Gary Kubiak was back at work on Monday.

Kubiak's doctor ordered him to take a week off, but he won't miss a day more. Kubiak was sorely missed in last Thursday's loss to the Chargers, with the offense looking wildly out of sync. Kubiak is returning ahead of a home date with the Texans.
Mon, Oct 17, 2016 01:48:00 PM

Broncos coach Gary Kubiak (migraines) will not make the trip for Thursday night's game in San Diego.

Kubiak is said to be dealing with a "complex migraine condition." He is expected to be released from the hospital on Monday afternoon. While this is a significant NFL story, it has no fantasy impact. The Broncos' OC will remain Rick Dennison and their DC Wade Phillips, with special teams coach Joe DeCamillas taking over as interim head coach. We wish Kubiak all the best in his recovery.
Mon, Oct 10, 2016 04:14:00 PM

Broncos announced coach Gary Kubiak has been diagnosed with a complex migraine condition.

Considering his medical history, the migraine diagnosis is good news, but it is still a serious condition. Kubiak will be released from the hospital Monday afternoon, but his status for Thursday night remains in question.
Mon, Oct 10, 2016 12:20:00 PM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Gary Kubiak is still "resting" at the hospital, but he is "feeling better" Monday morning.

Schefter says it is still uncertain if Kubiak will be able to coach Thursday night. Kubiak was taken to the hospital by ambulance less than an hour after the game Sunday. He had a medical episode on the sidelines when he was coaching in Houston in 2013, an event which was later described as a mini-stroke. It is unclear if he is dealing with a similar issue this time. DC Wade Phillips could serve as the interim coach if Kubiak is unable to be on the sidelines Thursday night.
Mon, Oct 10, 2016 10:32:00 AM

The Broncos will have their Director of Analytics on the headset with coach Gary Kubiak during games.

Credit the Broncos for joining us in the 21st century. Analytics chief Mitch Tanney will give Kubiak reports on statistical probabilities of situations such as fourth-and-short, and will also provide risk-reward analysis on other similar situations. It's a much-needed step for a coach who has bungled this aspect of the game before and a move that should be followed by other teams around the league. Far too many coaches are conservative when the math says otherwise.
Mon, Aug 10, 2015 09:47:00 AM

Broncos finalized a four-year contract with Gary Kubiak to become their head coach.

It's a homecoming for Kubiak, who played for the Broncos from 1983-91 and was an assistant coach under Mike Shanahan there from 1995-05. Kubiak coached current Broncos boss John Elway during the first four years of that stint. He'll bring the Shanahan offense back to Denver, which means a consistently effective one-cut run scheme (hello, C.J. Anderson) and an "X" receiver that gets peppered with targets (hello, Demaryius Thomas). On Kubiak's watch, the 2014 Ravens set a franchise record in offensive yards per game (364.9), scored roughly a touchdown more per game than they did in 2013 and Justin Forsett came out of nowhere to finish as fantasy's No. 8 RB. Of course, the biggest moving part here is Peyton Manning. Although Kubiak reportedly wasn't interested in Manning three years ago in Houston, we suspect he'll want Peyton over Brock Osweiler this time around -- even if he has to change his scheme a bit.
Source: Denver Post
Sun, Jan 18, 2015 09:19:00 PM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Ravens OC Gary Kubiak intends to take the Broncos' head-coaching job if it's offered to him.

This has been the feeling around the league, and it's been crystal-clear to everyone. GM John Elway has been poking around other candidates, though some have even canceled interviews because they see the writing on the wall with Kubiak. Elway and Kubiak are very close. Kubiak coached Elway in the late 1990s.
Sun, Jan 18, 2015 10:17:00 AM

ESPN's Ed Werder reports the Ravens "expect" OC Gary Kubiak to be named the Broncos' next head coach.

Kubiak is interviewing with the team on Sunday. Per Werder, coach John Harbaugh would be "understanding" if Kubiak went back on his word to remain in Baltimore. Harbaugh appears sympathetic to Denver being a special opportunity for Kubiak, who both played and coordinated in the Rockies. Doug Marrone has reportedly canceled his Broncos interview, which is another sign GM John Elway is zeroing in on Kubiak as his man.
Fri, Jan 16, 2015 03:28:00 PM

Ravens OC Gary Kubiak will interview for the Broncos' head-coaching vacancy this weekend.

After shooting down head-coaching inquiries from the Bears and Jets, Kubiak has decided to take an interview for the recently-opened Broncos vacancy. Kubiak spent all nine seasons of his playing career in Denver and then was on Mike Shanahan's coaching staff as QBs coach and OC for 11 years. A Shanahan pupil, Kubiak runs the same offense. He coached GM John Elway and is said to be "far and away" Elway's top choice.
Fri, Jan 16, 2015 10:10:00 AM

The Broncos will seek permission to interview Ravens OC Gary Kubiak for their head coaching vacancy.

Kubiak announced Sunday that he would be staying with the Ravens as their offensive coordinator for 2015. But perhaps he could be swayed by the vast talent in Denver and a chance to go back to his roots. Kubiak played for the Broncos from 1983-91 and was an assistant coach there from 1995-05.
Tue, Jan 13, 2015 08:48:00 AM

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