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Louis Riddick Biography, Age,Height, Family,Wife and Chase Winovich

Louis Riddick Biography

Louis Riddick born as Louis Angelo Riddick(born on March 15, 1969) is a former American football safety who played in the NFL from 1991 to 1998.

Louis Riddick Age

He was born on March 15, 1969, in Quakertown, Pennsylvania. He s 50 years old as of 2019.

Louis Riddick Height

He measures 1.88 (6 feet 2 inches) meters tall.
He weighs 98 kilograms.

Louis Riddick Family

He has a family of 5. He has three siblings named Robb, Tim, and Wil. His elder brother, Robb Riddick played as running back for the Buffalo Bills.

His younger brothers, Tim Lewis and Wil Lewis they were playing for the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks respectively. Tim sprang as a starting cornerback but he retired after he got a neck injury.

His younger brother arrived as a defensive end for the Kansas City Chiefs.

Louis Riddick Wife

Louse like keeping his personal life in low a profile. He explained to the media that he got married in 2013 and he was hoping to be able to spend his time with his wife and daughter in Atlanta.

This information will be updated soon.

Louis Riddick Daughter

Louse like keeping his personal life in low a profile. He explained to the media that he got married in 2013 and he was hoping to be able to spend his time with his wife and daughter in Atlanta. This information will be updated soon.

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Louis Riddick Playing Career

Riddick played college football at Pittsburgh. He was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in the ninth round of the 1991 NFL Draft. He also played for the Sacramento Surge, Atlanta Falcons, Cleveland Browns, Oakland Raiders and Orlando Rage in his playing career.

Louis Riddick Salary

Louse salary is under review. This information will be updated soon.

Louis Riddick Mock Draft

ESPN analyst Riddick was asked who he thinks is the best player in the NFL Draft, and Riddick gave an answer he said may surprise some people.

“For my money, pound for pound, the best player in this draft is Devin Bush from Michigan, inside linebacker,” Riddick said. “If you can tell me exactly what his weakness is I can show you a play that tells it’s not a weakness.”

Louis Riddick Stats

Games
Def Interceptions
Fumbles
Tackles
Year
Age
Tm
Pos
No.
G
GS
Int
Yds
TD
Lng
PD
FF
Fmb
FR
Yds
TD
Sk
Comb
Solo
Ast
Sfty
AV
1992
23
ATL
db
26
16
4
1.0
74
1
1993
24
CLE
42
15
0
1
1
1
1994
25
CLE
42
16
0
10
10
0
1
1995
26
CLE
42
16
0
7
7
0
1
1996
27
ATL
db
29
16
1
1.0
25
23
2
1
1998
29
OAK
db
41
15
3
0
0
1
0
0
38
28
10
2
Career
94
8
0
0
1
0
0
2.0
155
143
12
1
7
3 yrs
CLE
47
0
18
18
0
1
3
2 yrs
ATL
32
5
2.0
99
97
2
2
1 yr
OAK
15
3
0
0
1
0
0
38
28
10
2

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Louis Riddick Redskins

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Redskins Depth Chart Review: Despite new draft picks, wide receiver a major question mark | NBC Sports Washington
No Redskins wide receiver caught 50 passes last season. No Redskins WR caught more than two TDs last season. In short, the Redskins did not get close to enough from their WRs last year. Will that is different in 2019?

Louis Riddick Thinks Redskins ‘Struck-Out’ This Offseason by Not Getting #1 Receiver
ESPN football analyst Louis Riddick believes the Washington Redskins struck-out this offseason by not surrounding Dwayne Haskins with more weapons to succeed.

Redskins Depth Chart Review: Is tight end a problem, or a production problem? | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins owe nearly $19 million this season to the tight end position, highest of any club in the NFL. Much of that will be paid between two players: Jordan Reed and Vernon Davis.

Should the Washington Redskins be on HBO’s “Hard Knocks”?

After ‘Fluke Injury,’ Brandon Scherff Readies Himself For 2019
Scherff suffered a season-ending torn pectoral muscle last November, but the Pro Bowl offensive lineman said he’s nearly back to full health and expects to be

Case Keenum Looking Forward To A ‘Noisy’ Quarterbacks Room This Season
With rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins joining the team this week, Keenum will balance competition with mentorship, knowing communication will be key.

If the past 10 years mean anything, expect to see Dwayne Haskins quickly become the Redskins’ starter | NBC Sports Washington
The biggest question on the minds of Redskins fans right now: When will Dwayne Haskins start for Washington? If recent history means anything, the answer is either right away or soon after that.

Redskins Hire Kyshoen Jarrett As Defensive Quality Control Coach
Jarrett spent last season as a defensive coaching intern with the team. His primary responsibility was working with the nickel cornerbacks in practice and during film sessions.

Will any of the Redskins 2018 draft class break-out in their second season? | Fanspeak.com

Settle managed 134 defensive snaps a year ago, and it wouldn’t be surprising to see him push that to 200-250 this year. Stacy McGee has released this offseason so the depth is a bit thinner this year. Unfortunately, he won’t have much of an opportunity for an expanded role given the talent in front of him.

Source: Hogs Haven

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He also played for the Sacramento Surge, Atlanta Falcons, Cleveland Browns, Oakland Raiders and Orlando Rage in his playing career.

Louis Riddick Married

Luise got married in 2013. There is no more information to whom he got married. This information will be updated soon

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Louis Riddick: Patriots perfect landing spot for Chase Winovich

In the eyes of ESPN NFL analyst Riddick, Chase Winovich seemingly hit the NFL Draft lottery by landing with the Patriots. New England selected the Michigan defensive end in the third round of the 2019 NFL Draft and because of that landing spot, Riddick has Winovich on his All-Draftee Defensive unit.

“Chase Winovich, I tell you, the reason why I put him on here is that he could not have gone to a better place,” Riddick said on ESPN’s NFL Live on Tuesday. “To me, the comparable is this: thinks of how what we thought of Clay Matthews when he came into the NFL. A guy who really didn’t light the world on fire at USC, but played his best football when he got to the pros.

“Chase is going to do the same thing because he’s going to a defensive mastermind that is going to use him all over the place. He was one of the best players on [Michigan’s] defense outside of Devin Bush. He was better than Rashan Gary. He got drafted after Rashan Gary because he’s not the same kind of athlete, but he’s a better football player.”
This pick by the Patriots has been universally praised as Winovich is looked at as a solid fit within New England’s defensive system and came at solid value coming in the third round.

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Last season for the Wolverines, Winovich was able to total 59 tackles, 15.5 for a loss and five sacks. For his collegiate career, the 6-foot-3, 256 pounder was able to total 166 tackles, 43 tackles for a loss and 18.5 sacks. At the NFL Combine, Winovich was able to run a 4.59 40-yard dash, put up 18 reps on the bench press, log a 30.5 inch vertical and a 116-inch broad jump. He also ran a 6.94 second 3 Cone Drill and a 4.11-second 20-yard shuttle

“I like to think of myself as kind of a junkyard dog, just tenacious, relentless effort and motor, just scrapping for every inch,” Winovich said when asked to describe his style of play following his selection to New England. “But at the same time, I like to think I’m slippery here – as they say in Pittsburgh, ‘slippy.’ I think I bring some versatility and I think my combine was an example of some of the speed that I have, and when you factor all of that in together, I think that makes me a pretty interesting pick and prospect and football player in general. At the end of the day, I’m just trying to go out there, prove my worth to the other guys on the team and ultimately to the rest of the world.”

Source: 247sports.com