Happy Wednesday, Country.
Yesterday, the Denver Broncos added former Colorado State standout and Kansas assistant coach Klint Kubiak to their coaching staff.
Klint is the eldest son of Gary Kubiak and brings five years of coaching experience to the table. In addition to his most recent endeavors at the University of Kansas, Kubiak has spent time with the Minnesota Vikings in 2013 and 2014 under Leslie Frazier and Mike Zimmer. In 2011-2, he was a part of the Texas A&M coaching staff under Kevin Sumlin.
His addition to the staff serves as a replacement for Brian Callahan, who found a job as the Detroit Lions' quarterbacks coach earlier this week. Expect Kubiak to play an integral role on the teams' offensive side of the ball, in particular, coaching the teams' quarterbacks. Here is to hoping he can provide some creativity to help bolster the Broncos' offense in 2016.
On behalf of Mile High Report, welcome to the Broncos family Klint Kubiak!
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