How many Super Bowl rings does Gary Kubiak have?

How many Super Bowl rings does Gary Kubiak have?

Kubiak has four total Super Bowl rings to his name. He won one as Denver’s head coach against Carolina in Super Bowl 50 and also won back-to-back Super Bowls in 1997 and 1998 when he was the Broncos offensive coordinator.

How tall is Gary Kubiak?

6′ 0″
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Who was the backup quarterback to John Elway?

Kubiak played quarterback in college at Texas A&M. He was drafted in the eighth round of the 1983 NFL Draft as the 197th overall pick by the Broncos where he played from 1983 to 1991 as the backup to John Elway.

Why did Gary Kubiak retire?

This isn’t the first time Kubiak has retired from coaching. The former Denver Broncos head coach, who guided his team to a Super Bowl championship in 2015, stepped down from that position the following year due to health reasons.

How many games did Gary Kubiak play for the Broncos?

Kubiak played his entire career for the Broncos as a backup for Elway, a Hall of Famer. In nine seasons, Kubiak appeared in 119 regular-season games and went 3–2 as a starter. He completed 173-of-298 passes (58.1%) while throwing for 14 touchdowns, 16 interceptions, and 1,920 yards while part of three AFC Championship teams.

When did Gary Kubiak start his coaching career?

Kubiak began his coaching career at Texas A&M, his alma mater, serving as the running backs coach for two seasons (1992–1993). He worked extensively with All-American running back Greg Hill, who was selected by the Kansas City Chiefs in the first round of the 1994 NFL Draft.

When did Gary Kubiak start with the Houston Texans?

Kubiak was named the second head coach in Houston Texans history on January 26, 2006, replacing the fired Dom Capers. In his first season with the team, Houston finished fourth in the AFC South with a 6–10 record. The Texans ended the 2007 season at 8–8, a non-losing record for the first time in team history.

When did Gary Kubiak win his first Super Bowl?

Kubiak won his first Super Bowl serving as the quarterbacks coach for the San Francisco 49ers in 1994, guiding Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young to one of his best seasons.