The Baltimore Ravens have hired former Houston coach Gary Kubiak to be their next offensive coordinator, replacing Jim Caldwell, according to multiple reports. Kubiak is expected to be joined by former Houston assistants Rick Dennison and Kyle Shanahan, although those hirings have not been finalized.
Kubiak was the head coach of the Texans for eight years and built one of the league’s most consistent offenses until the team was undermined by injury and inconsistent play this season. In particular, quarterback Matt Schaub had his worst season. Kubiak was fired with three games left in the season after Houston fell to 2-11. However, his teams were a combined 22-10 the previous two years before losing in the playoffs.
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