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Jets interview Klint Kubiak for offensive coordinator job

The Jets’ offensive coordinator search continued Sunday with an interview of Klint Kubiak, a source confirmed.

Kubiak served as the Broncos passing-game coordinator and quarterbacks coach last season and called the plays for a time under head coach Nathaniel Hackett, who also has interviewed with the Jets. He was the Vikings offensive coordinator in 2021.

Kubiak, 35, is the son of longtime NFL coach Gary Kubiak. Jets coach Robert Saleh worked for the elder Kubiak with the Texans early in his career.

Broncos quarterbacks coach Klint Kubiak throws a pass before a game against the Raiders on Nov. 20, 2022.
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Klint Kubiak is the seventh known candidate for the Jets' offensive coordinator job.
Klint Kubiak is the seventh known candidate for the Jets’ offensive coordinator job.
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The Jets need to replace Mike LaFleur, who was let go after two seasons as the team’s play-caller.

Klint Kubiak is the seventh known candidate for the job, joining Hackett, former Colts offensive coordinator Marcus Brady, Eagles pass-game coordinator Kevin Patullo, Eagles quarterbacks coach Brian Johnson, Browns pass-game coordinator and wide receivers coach Chad O’Shea and Patriots tight ends coach Nick Caley.

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