Klint Kubiak to interview with Bucs

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The Buccaneers’ search for a new offensive coordinator will include Klint Kubiak, but not Pep Hamilton.

Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports that Kubiak will interview with the team. The Bucs also requested an interview with Hamilton, who spent the 2022 season as the Texans offensive coordinator, but Hamilton remains under contract for two more years.

The Texans are looking for a new head coach and that hiring could lead to a change in Hamilton’s status, but he will not be interviewing with the Bucs at the time being.

Kubiak was the passing game coordinator and quarterbacks coach in Denver during the 2022 season. He took over play calling duties from former head coach Nathaniel Hackett before Hackett was fired with a couple of games left in the season.

Kubiak was also the Vikings offensive coordinator in 2021 and he was the quarterbacks coach in Minnesota during the two previous seasons.

5 responses to “Klint Kubiak to interview with Bucs

  1. Did the Bucs completely miss out on how bad the Bronco’s passing game was and how bad Russ performed as a QB. Would think the coach directly responsible for those two things would end up coaching high school JV somewhere, but nepotism still seems the main driving factor in hiring coaches in the NFL.

  2. The ONLY reason this guy ever got a job was his Dad. Holy cow Bucs do not under any circumstances hire this guy.

  3. My Team makes me Drink says:
    January 24, 2023 at 6:45 pm
    The ONLY reason this guy ever got a job was his Dad. Holy cow Bucs do not under any circumstances hire this guy.


    I wonder how many times his dad’s name came up in the interview? Nepotism is currency in the NFL. You hire my kids, i’ll hire yours.

  4. Klint Kubiak getting NFL jobs is the reason a Rooney Rule (as stupid as it is) is needed.

    In a sport where every aspect of a potential player both physical and mental is meticulously scrutinized; Coaches are hired based on nepotism and making Owners “feel comfortable”

    If Players were signed like this, the fastest 40 time would be 4.7 and football would be boring

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