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ESPN’s Louis Riddick hints Chiefs are especially high on 3 rookies

When ESPN’s Louis Riddick tweets something about the Kansas City Chiefs, it’s worth paying special attention. The man who coined Patrick Mahomes’ “Ferrari” nickname was the pro personnel director for the Philadelphia Eagles from 2010-12, the same period that an up-and-coming scout named Brett Veach was in the building. Riddick...
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Louis Riddick: WFT the 'clear cut' favorite to win NFC East

In Ron Rivera's first year as the head coach of the Washington Football Team in 2020, the 59-year-old led the franchise to an improbable NFC East title, the franchise's first division championship in five years. Now, one year later, ESPN analyst and former NFL general manager Louis Riddick thinks the...
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Louis Riddick: Jaylen Waddle is 'exactly what Tua needs'

Coming off his rookie season, Tua Tagovailoa needed more playmakers in Miami and that's exactly what the Dolphins went after with their No. 6 overall pick on Thursday night in the NFL Draft. Miami reunites Tagovailoa with former Alabama teammate Jaylen Waddle, creating the second SEC duo of the opening round after joining Joe Burrow and No. 5 overall pick Ja'Marr Chase in Cincinnati.
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ESPN will reportedly maintain Monday Night Football booth of Steve Levy, Brian Griese, and Louis Riddick for 2021

Last August, ESPN officially announced that Steve Levy, Brian Griese, and Louis Riddick would be their new Monday Night Football booth, replacing the 2019 booth of Joe Tessitore and Booger McFarland. Most reviews of that booth were fair to solid even from the start, making it seem like that grouping would get at least another year together unless something unexpected happened in the offseason. And nothing unexpected has yet happened, and Richard Deitsch of The Athletic reported Friday that ESPN is going to continue with the Levy/Griese/Riddick booth in 2021:
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ESPN’s Louis Riddick Shares Where Mac Jones, San Francisco 49ers Stand

Soon after the San Francisco 49ers made a big trade up to the No. 3 spot in the NFL Draft, a wave of rumors about Alabama‘s Mac Jones hit the NFL rumorsphere. Things have bounced around from there. After a big second Pro Day, odds shifted back towards Ohio State’s Justin Fields. There have also been rumors about Trey Lance.
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Arrowheadlines: Louis Riddick believes Colts are greatest threat to Chiefs

“I think the Colts are going to provide the greatest challenge to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC because they have a lot of things going for them right now as far as culture and personnel in Indianapolis,” he answered. “Now the question is whether or not (Colts coach) Frank Reich and one person in particular, that being Carson Wentz, can be the cherry on top of this great program they’re putting together.”
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ESPN's Louis Riddick speaks highly of Ihmir Smith-Marsette's NFL potential

There is a possibility that Iowa has two former wide receivers selected in the 2021 NFL Draft. Ihmir Smith-Marsette and Brandon Smith both have a chance of hearing their names called in the draft a couple of weeks from now. If either is selected, it would be the first time an Iowa wide receiver was taken in the draft since 2012.
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Louis Riddick Has Surprising Pick For ‘Can’t Miss’ Prospect

With the NFL Draft just 10 days away, analysts and evaluators are doing the best they can to make their final edits to their big boards and mock drafts. While most of the teams picking early appear to be scrambling to get the best available quarterback prospect, plenty of other talented players look like surefire NFL talents.

Giants news, 4/17: Louis Riddick — “clock has kind of been sped up” for Giants

General Manager Power Rankings: NFL draft edition!. Dave Gettleman does not fare well here, with Gregg Rosenthal saying he is “out of step with the current NFL.”. PFF’s Anthony Treash believes wide receiver Jaylen Waddle would bring more value to the Giants than offensive lineman Rashawn Slater. Jaylen Waddle would...