ESPN analyst Louis Riddick to interview for Giants GM job
Louis Riddick could be going from the TV studios to the front office if all goes well.
The ESPN NFL analyst is set to interview with the New York Giants for their GM job on Thursday, according to the New York Post’s Paul Schwartz.
ESPN analyst Louis Riddick up next for the Giants, will interview tomorrow for the GM job. Riddick is a former NFL safety with front office experience with the Redskins and Eagles.
— Paul Schwartz (@NYPost_Schwartz) December 21, 2017
The Giants are in the market for a new GM after firing Jerry Reese. They also are looking for a permanent head coach after firing Ben McAdoo.
Riddick, 48, played in the NFL from 1991-1998. He later worked as a scout and director of pro personnel for both Washington and Philadelphia. He has been with ESPN since 2013. In the past, Riddick was mentioned in connection with 49ers and Chiefs vacancies.
Former Panthers GM Dave Gettleman interviewed for the job on Wednesday.