Falcons fans react to Gary Kubiak's situation with the Broncos

Falcons fans react to Gary Kubiak's situation with the Broncos

Falcons fans react to Gary Kubiak's situation with the Broncos

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

Shortly before his news conference to introduce himself as the Broncos' new head coach, Vic Fangio met with Gary Kubiak about a possibility.

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.

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Since being hired by the Steelers in 2014, Munchak has excelled as the team's offensive line coach.

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The Broncos ended up picking Fangio, who is coming off wildly successful runs as the Bears and 49ers defensive coordinator, and it certainly sounded like Fangio was open to the idea of Kubiak as his offensive coordinator.

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Kubiak was 21-11 in two seasons as the Broncos' head coach and is considered one of the top offensive minds in the game, but after the 2016 National Football League season that ended with Denver's Super Bowl 50 victory he stepped down due to health concerns.

They discussed Kubiak's possible return to the sideline as part of Fangio's staff.

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