Buccaneers announce completed interview with Klint Kubiak for OC

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The Buccaneers have officially gotten their search for a new offensive coordinator underway.

Tampa Bay announced on Wednesday that the club has completed an interview with Broncos passing game coordinator and quarterbacks coach Klint Kubiak.

Kubiak, the son of former Texans and Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak, just finished his first season with Denver. Before that, he was with the Vikings from 2019-2021, first as the team’s quarterbacks coach and then as its offensive coordinator.

The 2022 season was actually Kubiak’s second stint with the Broncos, as he was an offensive assistant from 2016-2018.

Kubiak, 35, is one candidate to replace Byron Leftwich, who was fired following Tampa Bay’s loss to Dallas in the wild-card round.

11 responses to “Buccaneers announce completed interview with Klint Kubiak for OC

  1. Nothing like poaching coaches from one of the worst offenses in the league to be your offensive coordinator.

  2. Family connections and nepotism is great. Klint did have to start at the bottom of coaching staff. But, he was always employed by a Div 1 Power 5 football program or NFL team. Is that really starting at the bottom? The money is still okay. And, your already inside the NFL bubble. So, Klint would be able to network, build relationships, and be visible for opportunities. He never had to coach for a tiny college football program making peanuts.

  3. His last season with Denver was not good. He was decent as OC of the Vikings. But I would look elsewhere.

  4. Sounds great. The Broncos had one of the best passing games in the league. This will make the Bucs relevant again.

  5. bueller101 says:
    January 25, 2023 at 5:50 pm
    Sounds great. The Broncos had one of the best passing games in the league. This will make the Bucs relevant again.
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    I would agree with you if his hiring included the trade of Future HOF QB Russell Wilson to Tampa Bay so that the rest of the offense can see how a Real HOF QB performs….

  6. You’d swear this is a joke, but Jets just hired Hackett and now Kubiak may also immediately land another job. Coming from the Broncos who were the most underperforming offense in the entire league.

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