According to a source, Kubiak will not be the offensive.
"After lengthy discussions, Denver and Kubiak had different ideas on staffing and offensive philosophies".
However, they are still looking to bulk up their offensive coaching staff with experience. Munchak interviewed for head coach openings, but it's unclear if he wants to remain as a position coach or perhaps get something with more prestige.
After talking with Munchak, the Broncos thought there could be a fit because of his coaching style and his desire to live in Denver, where he has immediate family.
Kubiak was 21-11 in two seasons as the Broncos' head coach and is considered one of the top offensive minds in the game, but after the 2016 National Football League season that ended with Denver's Super Bowl 50 victory he stepped down due to health concerns. He went 21-11 and won Super Bowl 50 during that time but stepped down following the 2016 season for health reasons. But he is still under contract with the Broncos, so there is a chance he stays in a front office role - though that remains to be seen.