According to Mike Klis of the Denver Post, Denver Broncos Head Coach Gary Kubiak has finalized his offensive staff for the 2015 season.
UPDATE: Broncos keeping 4 coaches on offense. Greg Knapp (QBs coach) staying on, too. http://t.co/05TdTb0qfF via @MikeKlis— Denver Post Broncos (@PostBroncos) January 20, 2015
We already knew that Kubiak was going to bring Rick Dennison to be his Offensive Coordinator, and Brian Pariani to be his Tight End's coach. Those ended up being the only two outside coaches Kubiak has added to the Offensive Staff.
Returning will be running backs coach Eric Studesville, wide receiver's coach Tyke Tolbert, strength and conditioning coach Luke Richesson, and quarterback's coach Greg Knapp. Also staying is Clancy Barone. He was the teams Tight End's last season, and now will shift over to be the new Offensive line coach.
The defensive side of the ball still has to be figured out. Cincinnati Bengals Defensive Backs coach Vance Joseph still continues to be the favorite for the Defensive Coordinator position. The Broncos were able to basically interview him for the position when he came in late last week for his interview. It also bodes well for Joseph that the Broncos have yet to be connected to any of the other Defensive Coordinators that are available.
So what about Adam Gase? Well, he did have an interview with the Baltimore Ravens last night, but they ended up hiring Marc Trestman, and The Jacksonville Jaguars who also were interested in Gase hired Greg Olsen to be their Offensive Coordinator.
The options for the Broncos now former Offensive Coordinator now are slim. He went from a high profiled Head Coaching candidate to a potential positional coach in a matter of weeks.