The Minnesota Vikings will name Klint Kubiak as their offensive coordinator, NFL Network reported Monday.
He will replace his father, Super Bowl-winning coach Gary Kubiak, who retired last month.
The younger Kubiak, 33, spent the past two seasons as the club’s quarterbacks coach. He was with Denver as offensive assistant/quarterbacks coach from 2015-17. The Broncos, coached by Gary Kubiak, won Super Bowl 50 in 2016.
Klint Kubiak played defensive back at Colorado State. He started his NFL coaching career in Minnesota under head coach Mike Zimmer in 2013 as quality control/assistant wide receivers coach.
He is credited with helping quarterback Kirk Cousins achieve his two best seasons in terms of passer rating: 107.4 in 2019 and 105.0 in 2020. In that span, Cousins threw 61 touchdowns and 19 interceptions.
–Field Level Media