According to Aaron Wilson, former Denver OC Adam Gase and current Broncos quarterbacks coach Greg Knapp are among the possible candidates to replace Gary Kubiak as OC in Baltimore.
However, there is speculation that Knapp could remain in Denver under Kubiak. Knapp has been with the Broncos for two seasons, and previously held the same position under Kubiak from 2010 to 2011 in Houston. According to Arnie Stapleton, running backs coach Eric Studesville and strength coach Luke Richesson may also stay in Denver.
Per Ian Rapoport, Gase is expected to land in either Baltimore or Jacksonville.
In what is likely welcome news to many Broncos fans, special teams coordinator Jeff Rodgers will follow John Fox to Chicago. We can only hope Denver's coverage teams and punting improve under Gary Kubiak's watch. To be fair to Rodgers, Denver's linebacking corps was beset by injuries in 2014, and that group is the heart of a team's coverage units.
The Broncos have officially hired Gary Kubiak to be their 15th head coach in franchise history.
Drafted by Denver in the eighth round of the 1983 Draft out of Texas A&M, Kubiak was John Elway's backup for nine seasons and his coach for another four. Upon retirement from playing, the Houston native went back to A&M as a running backs coach in 1992.
According to NFLN, the Raiders have asked the Broncos for permission to interview Adam Gase about their OC vacancy. Gase has also reportedly drawn interest as an OC from Jacksonville, Cleveland, Atlanta, and St. Louis.
Thursday night games will be broadcast on CBS again, according to Deadline:
CBS will broadcast the first eight Thursday Night Football games which also will be simulcast on NFL Network. NFL Network will also exclusively televise eight games in the run-up to the playoffs. The mix of games will include 14 on Thursday nights and two late-season games on Saturday.
All games will continue to be produced by CBS, with a network mash-up of hosts.
Earlier in the week, it was announced that Emmanuel Sanders would participate in the game, replacing Atlant's Julio Jones.
John Elway, Joe Ellis, Tom Heckert, and Matt Russell are among the Broncos executives in Houston today to interview Gary Kubiak for the team's head coaching job. At this point, hiring Kubiak appears to be an inevitability. According to Mike Klis, the two sides are hoping to have a decision by Tuesday, when Kubiak's fellow Ravens coaches are due on Phoenix to prep for the Pro Bowl.
According to Mike Klis, Rick Dennison is the likely offensive coordinator under Gary Kubiak, should the latter end up the Broncos' head coach, as is widely expected. However, Dennison is also considered a candidate to replace Kubiak in Baltimore.
According to Michael Silver, Adam Gase will interview for Jacksonville's OC vacancy. With all signs pointing to Gary Kubiak landing Denver's head job, it looks like Gase is resigned to finding an OC position elsewhere. There's talk of Gase following John Fox to Chicago or Jack Del Rio to Oakland, and he's also reportedly an OC candidate for Atlanta, St. Louis, and Cleveland.
Gase auditioned for head jobs with Denver, Atlanta, San Francisco, Buffalo, and Chicago.
According to Mike Klis, Adam Gase and Dennis Allen are among the coordinator candidates for John Fox in Chicago. Gase interviewed for the Broncos' head job and is an OC candidate with St. Louis, Atlanta, Jacksonville, and Cleveland. Along with Allen, Jim Schwartz, Mike Smith, and Vic Fangio are possible defensive coordinators.
Smith has also been mentioned as a likely DC for Jack Del Rio in Oakland; Smith was JDR's DC for several years in Jacksonville. Del Rio's offensive line coach is expected to be Mike Tice, who was released from his contract with Atlanta.