DENVER — Baltimore Ravens Offensive Coordinator Gary Kubiak will take the head coaching job with the Denver Broncos, multiple sources said Sunday.
ESPN reporter Adam Schefter and his famously anonymous “sources” initially reported the agreement Sunday evening. Kubiak spent much of the day meeting with reps from the team.
Kubiak recently said that he was not interested in the Broncos job, but that was before John Fox left the team.
Kubiak may bring some of the Ravens staff to Denver with him, including Ravens quarterbacks coach Rick Dennison and tight ends coach Brian Pariani, the official Baltimore Ravens website reported.
Kubiak backed up John Elway at quarterback with the Broncos from 1983 (Elway’s rookie year) until 1991. Kubiak also served as offensive coordinator on Mike Shanahan’s staff from 1995 to 2005. He coached the Houston Texans from 2006-2013, leading the team to a 61-64 regular season record.
— Klein Kubiak (@kleinkubiak) January 19, 2015
Gary Kubiak will be the #Broncos next head coach. After meeting in Houston, both sides have agreed
— Raul Martinez (@RaulNBCBoston) January 19, 2015
Done deal- Kubiak to be #Broncos next head coach. Two sides "Agreed To Terms" Contract not yet signed..
— Nick Griffith (@NickGriffithTV) January 19, 2015
Gary Kubiak has agreed to become the head coach of the Denver Broncos, per league source.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 19, 2015