Gary Kubiak can go out in style, if this truly is his final game as head coach of the Denver Broncos!
Kubiak, who lived out a dream of coaching the Denver Broncos, is likely to step down as coach, amid growing health concerns according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.com.
It would leave Denver searching for another head coach just two years after hiring Kubiak, who helped lead the Broncos to a Super Bowl title last season. The Broncos (8-7), who were eliminated from playoff contention last week, close their season Sunday at home against the Oakland Raiders.
This year has taken a toll on Kubiak, 55, and his family. Kubiak left the team for a week in October and missed a Thursday night game in San Diego for what the team called a “complex migraine condition.” Back in 2013, when Kubiak was coaching the Houston Texans, he suffered a mini-stroke during a game and had to be rushed to the hospital.
Kubiak, who guided the Broncos to a Super Bowl win last season, was hired as Denver’s head coach just two years ago, after growing comfortable with just being an offensive coordinator.
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