Report: ‘Many expect’ Klint Kubiak to become Vikings new OC

Jack White, Vikings Wire
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The Vikings are in the midst of yet another offseason where the team will have to replace their offensive coordinator.

Minnesota’s offensive coordinator from 2020, Gary Kubiak, announced that he was retiring. That leaves a void that could be filled by an internal candidate according to a report.

Ben Goessling of the Star Tribune reported that, with Gary Kubiak officially retiring, many expect Vikings QB coach Klint Kubiak to take over as the offensive coordinator.

This shouldn’t come as a huge shock. Earlier, before Kubiak had officially retired, ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler and Dan Graziano reported that Klint Kubiak and Hue Jackson would both get looks if the Vikings were to lose their offensive coordinator to retirement this offseason.

Kubiak retiring means that the Vikings will have to look for their sixth offensive coordinator under Mike Zimmer. Here are some of the candidates who would be decent fits as the new Minnesota OC.