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Former Houston Texans and Denver Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak who stepped down as the head coach of the Broncos at the end of the 2016 football season due to health concerns, is back with the Broncos organization as a scout for the team on Tuesday.
It is nice to see Kubiak back in the National Football League in a role that does not require him to work on a round the clock schedule like his work when he was the head coach of the Texans and Broncos respectively.
The best part of Kubiak’s job as a scout for the Broncos organization is that he will be working from his home in Houston Texas with his sons Kiint who is an offensive assistant coach with the Broncos coaching staff and Klein who is a scout for the Broncos organization as a scout for the Southwestern section of the United States.
Kubiak who worked under former Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway as his second string quarterback from 1983-1991 will assist Elway who is now the general manager and executive vice president of football operations of the Broncos by scouting college football players in the Houston region.
Despite Kubiak having to resign as the head coach of the Broncos at the end of the 2016 football season due to the stress of being a head coach in the National Football League, Kubiak did not want to leave the profession of working in the National Football League for good since he still he can assist the Broncos organization as a scout.
It reminds me a baseball joke when a young man asked a baseball coach what he was doing at a baseball stadium. The joke is when the baseball coach told the child he was scouting baseball players, the child asked the baseball coach “Which troop?”