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Offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak of the Baltimore Ravens looks on from the sidelines during a game against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh on Nov. 2, 2014
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The Denver Broncos are finalizing a deal to make Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak their new head coach, reports the Denver Post.

The contract would be for four years, according to the Post.

Earlier Sunday, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that Kubiak would take the Broncos’ head coaching position if it was offered to him when the Broncos met with him today in his hometown of Houston.

Schefter also said that Kubiak was the Broncos’ top choice, however no announcement of a head coaching hire is expected to be made before Tuesday, regardless of who the Broncos choose. According to the Post, Kubiak is expected to be introduced as early as Tuesday.

Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports that Ravens quarterbacks coach Rick Dennison and tight ends coach Brian Pariani will follow Kubiak to Denver.

Denver was scheduled to interview Kubiak as well as former Buffalo Bills coach Doug Marrone this weekend, but Marrone reportedly canceled his interview with the team on Friday.

Kubiak is a former teammate of Broncos’ general manager John Elway and coached in Denver from 1995-2005.

He coached the Houston Texans from 2006 to 2013 and reached the playoffs twice in that span. He was fired in December 2013, but joined the Ravens the following month.

The Broncos mutually parted ways with former head coach John Fox last week, one day after losing to the Indianapolis Colts in the divisional round of the playoffs.

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