With speculation surfacing about former Texans coach Gary Kubiak becoming Cleveland's next offensive coordinator, that can apparently be put to bed.
According to a report from ESPN, it is not likely that Kubiak takes the offensive coordinator position with the Browns. This followed multiple reports that indicated the Browns wanted to interview Kubiak for the job.
Kubiak had a health scare during the 2013 season, when he had to go to the hospital after suffering a mini-stroke during a game against the Colts.
His contract with the Texans didn't expire until after the 2014 season, and thus, it may be in his best interest to take the upcoming season off.
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