Louis Riddick Biography
(American Football Broadcaster and Former Player)
Birthday: March 15, 1969 (Pisces)
Born In: Quakertown, Pennsylvania, United States
Louis Riddick is a former American football player and sports analyst. He is best known for playing in the ‘National Football League’ (NFL) for teams like ‘San Francisco 49ers,’ ‘Atlanta Falcons,’ ‘Cleveland Browns,’ and ‘Oakland Raiders.’ After making his ‘NFL’ debut in 1991, Riddick continued playing professional football until 2001. When his playing career ended, he started serving the popular ‘NFL’ team ‘Washington Redskins’ as a Pro Scout and then as a Director of Pro Personnel. He then joined ‘Philadelphia Eagles’ as a Pro Scout and was later promoted to Director of Pro Personnel. Riddick's popularity increased in 2013 when he started working as a football analyst for ‘ESPN.’ He went on to appear on ESPN’s prominent shows, such as ‘NFL Live,’ ‘Sunday NFL Countdown,’ and ‘Monday Night Countdown.’ Over the years, Riddick has established himself as one of the most respected sports analysts on television.