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

Broncos offseason Denver tries to start anew after three playoff-less seasons

Broncos offseason Denver tries to start anew after three playoff-less seasons

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

One thing is clear: if Kubiak wants to return to coaching, it will not be in Denver. While Gary Kubiak was expected to take on that role, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Friday the two sides could not come to an official agreement. Earlier this hiring season, the Broncos prohibited the Falcons and Bengals from speaking with Kubiak about their offensive coordinator openings, according to Schefter.

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.

On Thursday, Fangio expressed interest in talking to Kubiak, who won Super Bowl 50 for the Broncos as a head coach.

"After lengthy discussions, Denver and Kubiak had different ideas on staffing and offensive philosophies". Rapoport believes Kubiak will remain with the Broncos; he's been a senior personnel advisor for the last two years.

Just when you thought the Pittsburgh Steelers had dodged the bullet on losing offensive line coach to the Denver Broncos, they are back in the picture.