​It looks like ​Gary Kubiak will not be the offensive coordinator in Denver after all.


According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, after lengthy discussions, the Broncos and Kubiak have decided to go their separate ways due to disagreements regarding staffing and offensive philosophy.

​​The announcement of Kubiak returning to Denver as the offensive coordinator was met with praise around the league when news broke Wednesday.

​​​​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.


Kubiak's zone-run scheme seemed like a perfect fit, much in the way his offense fit seventh-round pick Justin Forsett in Baltimore.


Emmanuel Sanders, one of the few remaining players from Kubiak's time as head coach seemed ecstatic about having the 57-year-old coach back with the organization.

We'll have to see who new head coach ​Vic Fangio decides to go with in place of Kubiak as more news comes out. Perhaps the Broncos are looking for one of the ​younger in-vogue offensive coaches to pair with the older Fangio.