No deal came from that meeting, but we learned Thursday that Elway wasn't the only member of the team who's met with the signal-caller.
Added Kubiak: "He's currently under contract with another team, so we'll stay focused on the guys we have."
NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport previously reported that the main sticking point in a potential swap to Denver is the quarterback's unwillingness to take a pay cut combined with San Francisco's refusal to pay some of Kap's $11.9 million salary if he bolts.
"There's always going to be change, there's always going to be things that happen from year to year, but the most important thing is that our standards stay the same," Kubiak said of Denver's search for a new quarterback. "And you have to be patient, too. You can't make poor decisions and they could hurt you in the long haul."
Bottom line: This somewhat tedious offseason drama is far from over.