Texans add an assistant

Houston Texans head coach Gary Kubiak has added another member to his coaching staff, hiring Marc Lubick as an offensive assistant.

Lubick replaces offensive assistant Matt LaFleur, who left the Texans to join Mike Shanahan’s staff as the quarterbacks coach of the Washington Redskins.

Lubick has previously served as an assistant coach at Colorado State, and just a month ago the school announced that he had been promoted to recruiting coordinator. Lubick is the son of longtime Colorado State coach Sonny Lubick.

From 2005 to 2007, Lubick was Colorado State’s wide receivers coach, and his players included current Texans receiver David Anderson. In 2003 and 2004 Lubick was a scouting assistant with the St. Louis Rams.

2 responses to “Texans add an assistant

  1. Lots of Fort Collins products on the Texans:
    TE Joel Dreesen, G Mike Biesiel, DE Jesse Nading, OC Rick Dennison, OL Coach John Benton, RB coach Chick Harris.
    Not to mention former players Cecil Sapp and Bradlee Van Pelt. No doubt Kubiak still loves his Colorado roots. Don’t be too surprised to see him add his son, safety Klint Kubiak, who played for CSU as an undrafted free agent.

  2. I’m a Ram alum (Dec ’05), I’m from Austin, and a Texans fan. I love all the green and gold love Gary gives us…. Joey Porter in free agency, do it!!!

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to leave a comment. Not a member? Register now!