NASHVILLE, Tenn. —The Titans on Thursday interviewed Ted Sundquist and Marc Ross for the team's general manager position.
Among the group Sundquist and Ross met with today included Titans controlling owner Amy Adams Strunk and Kenneth Adams IV from the ownership group, and President Steve Underwood.
Martin Mayhew, who most recently served as Executive Vice President of Football Operations and General Manager of the Detroit Lions, interviewed for the position on Wednesday.
Sundquist served as General Manager of the Denver Broncos from 2002-2008, and the team made three playoff appearances during that stretch. He started as a personnel assistant with the Broncos in 1992, and became a pro scout with the team in 1994.
Sundquist was Denver's Director of College Scouting for seven years from 1995 to 2002 before being promoted to GM in 2002.
Sundquist played football at the Air Force Academy, and he then fulfilled his military commitment. He received his Master's Degree from Colorado.
Ross is in his third season as Giants Vice President of Player Evaluation after serving the previous six years as the team's Director of College Scouting. Ross joined the organization in 2007.
Ross previously worked for the Buffalo Bills as a national college scout. Ross also worked previously with the Eagles personnel department as a scout, and later as college scouting director. His first NFL job was a public relations training camp intern with the Giants.
Ross was an All-Ivy League receiver at Princeton, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree. He received a Master's Degree from the University of Massachusetts.
Earlier this week, the franchise opted not to renew the contract of Ruston Webster.