On Wednesday, the Broncos named Vic Fangio as the team's new coach.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, after lengthy discussions, the Broncos and Kubiak have chose to go in different directions due to disagreements regarding staffing and offensive philosophy.
The Broncos replaced Kubiak with Vance Joseph but fired him after the coach went 11-21 during his first two years in Denver.
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NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported that Kubiak, who coached the Broncos from 2015-16, wanted to bring back familiar faces on the coaching staff, but the Broncos wanted "to move things forward on offense."
Kubiak, 57, remains under contract with the Broncos, so his immediate future in the National Football League is unclear.
Denver plans to speak with Pittsburgh Steelers offensive line coach Mike Munchak but he is not an offensive coordinator candidate, according to KUSA-TV's Mike Klis.
Emmanuel Sanders, one of the few remaining players from Kubiak's time as head coach seemed ecstatic about having the 57-year-old coach back with the organization.
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