Broncos senior personnel advisor Gary Kubiak will interview for the Jacksonville Jaguars’ vacant offensive coordinator position this week, according to a league source. The source said the Jaguars asked and received permission from the Broncos on Friday to reach out to Kubiak to gauge his interest. On Friday, it was revealed that Kubiak would not be the Broncos’ next offensive coordinator for new coach Vic Fangio. The Jaguars fired Nathaniel Hackett on Nov. 26 in the midst of a seven-game losing streak. Quarterbacks coach Scott Milanovich called the plays for the final five games (2-3 record). The Jaguars previously interviewed Darrell Bevell and Todd Monken. Bevell is still available but Monken was announced as Cleveland’s new offensive coordinator on Monday. Kubiak has been out of coaching since stepping down as the Broncos’ coach in January 2017, citing health issues. One step away from the Super Bowl last year, the Jaguars sunk to 5-11 this past season.