According to multiple reports Tuesday morning, the Denver Broncos have re-hired former head coach Gary Kubiak. The winner of Super Bowl 50 as a head coach and Super Bowls XXXII and XXXIII as a coordinator will rejoin the staff as a scout, based in Texas. His official title, per the team, will be senior personnel advisor.

Kubiak retired from coaching earlier this year due to health concerns.

“With as much experience as he has evaluating players, Gary’s going to be a tremendous resource for our personnel department,” EVP of football operations John Elway said in a statement released by the team. “He’ll primarily help on the college side and assist us in free agency as well.

“Gary will be based out of his home in Texas while also making visits here throughout the year to participate in various personnel meetings.”

The 55-year-old Houston native played nine years with the Broncos, primarily as a backup to Elway. He then went on to help Elway and the Broncos win their first two Super Bowls as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. Elway hired Kubiak in 2015 as head coach and the team again won the Super Bowl that season.

“It’s an honor for me to continue to be part of this great organization,” Kubiak said in the statement. “John and I talked long ago about any opportunity like this, and I’m very happy to be able to contribute on the personnel side.

“I said when I left that I still wanted to be involved in football. This gives me an opportunity to be involved with the game, and I’m excited to get to work.”

Two of Kubiak’s sons also have positions with the team. Klint is a quarterbacks coach/offensive assistant. Klein, based in Austin, Texas, is a southwest area scout for the team.

During his two years as Broncos head coach, Kubiak posted a 21-11 record and perfect 3-0 record in the playoffs.

Kubiak’s roots are in Texas, where he attended St. Pious X High School before attending Texas A&M. He was head coach of the Houston Texans from 2006-13, going 61-64 and 2-2 in the postseason.