The Denver Broncos officially no longer have a member of the Kubiak family on the coaching staff or roster as the team decided not to renew Klein Kubiak.
As the Denver Broncos prepare for the 2019 NFL season, they will do so without a member of the Kubiak family anywhere on the team. With the recent hire of Frantzy Jourdian, the Broncos decided not to renew the contact of former scout Klein Kubiak in response to the move.
This means that the Denver Broncos will be without a member of the Kubiak family for the 2019 season. Gary Kubiak decided to coach the offense of the Minnesota Vikings while Klint Kubiak followed him to become the quarterback coach.
It has become a strange time for the Denver Broncos. It has been quite some time since the Denver Broncos have been without a Kubiak at any point of their season.
Klein Kubiak had this to say after he discovered he would not be retained.
It would be quite the surprise if Klein does not end up with his family in Minnesota. The Vikings are more than likely the perfect place for him to provide his expertness. I would have no doubt that he would land well on his feet there.
Usually, this is not a huge move, but the move to hire Frantzy Jourdian to the roster is likely to stay competitive. He was a scout with the New England Patriots and Houston Texans. So, there is a bit of reasoning behind the move.
There is no doubt that Klein has done such a tremendous job the last two seasons. Looking at the draft class the Broncos have from 2018 and 2019, it is quite phenomenal. Broncos football will not be the same without a Kubiak. But something tells me that the team will be just fine. Good luck Klein Kubiak!