Broncos Reportedly Pull a Stunner and Fire Gary Kubiak

Broncos expected to bring back just one coordinator

Broncos expected to bring back just one coordinator

The Denver Broncos have been unable to agree to terms with Gary Kubiak on a deal to become offensive coordinator.

On Wednesday, the Broncos named Vic Fangio as the team's new coach.

Kubiak, 57, remains under contract with the Broncos, so his immediate future in the National Football League is unclear. 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.

Mike Munchak, offensive line coach for the Pittsburgh Steelers, looks on during the fourth quarter against the Tennessee Titans at LP Field on November 17, 2014 in Nashville, Tennessee.

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. Munchak interviewed for head coach openings, but it's unclear if he wants to remain as a position coach or perhaps get something with more prestige.

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

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

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