"I’m asked time and again, "What would you do if you were General Manager, in charge of football player personnel?", and this is how I answer; EFX is tasked with both winning now and building a foundation for winning in the future. Because of never before seen "futility" last season, there is heavy internal/external pressure to show immediate progress. But EFX can’t succumb. Fans and media tend to forget we "don’t see what is seen" inside the walls of Dove Valley. We don’t watch a complete practice, record the passing efficiency, review the resulting tape over and over again. We’re not privy to the answers in the classroom, the demeanor up and down the halls of the facility. We don’t know the "locker room" reaction; what they perceive, who they support. We’re not aware of game plan "understanding", the ability to "check off" at the line." Ted Sundquist is a Houston, Texas native. For six seasons (2002-2008) he was the General Manager of the Denver Broncos Football Club and was employed with that organization for sixteen years (1992-2008). He was elevated to GM by Broncos owner Pat Bowlen after having been pursued by both the Chicago Bears and Atlanta Falcons for similar positions in 2001 & 2002.