Joseph is interviewing with Denver Friday for the head job, but could end up running the defense for Kubiak. The former CU Buff was the Texans' secondary coach for Kubiak from 2011 to 2013.
Dennison has also been mentioned as a HC candidate, and should Kubes take the Denver job, it seems likely that Dennison will run either Denver's offense or Baltimore's, where he's currently the QB coach.
Mini Shanny, meanwhile, has reportedly turned down a chance to interview for the Niners' offensive coordinator position. But he also figures to be a strong candidate to replace Kubiak in Baltimore, especially if Dennison comes back to Denver. Shanahan also interviewed for that position last year, before the Ravens went with Kubes.
Per Aaron Wilson, other Ravens assistants who might join Kubiak in Denver are tight ends coach Brian Pariani and linebackers coach Ted Monachino. Pariani has worked with Kubiak for 20 of the past 21 years, between San Francisco, Denver, Houston, and Baltimore. Monachino has coached the Ravens' linebackers since 2010.