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Riddick Happy At ESPN, Yet Still Has Goal of Running a Team

ESPN's Monday Night Football analyst Louis Riddick walks on the field during pre-game warm-ups before an NFL football game between the Baltimore Ravens and the Indianapolis Colts, on Oct. 11, 2021, in Baltimore, Md. Riddick realizes he is in a position not many reach. He is an analyst on the NFL’s most iconic television package and still has hopes of running a franchise as a general manager. (AP Photo/Terrance Williams, File)
ESPN's Monday Night Football analyst Louis Riddick walks on the field during pre-game warm-ups before an NFL football game between the Baltimore Ravens and the Indianapolis Colts, on Oct. 11, 2021, in Baltimore, Md. Riddick realizes he is in a position not many reach. He is an analyst on the NFL’s most iconic television package and still has hopes of running a franchise as a general manager. (AP Photo/Terrance Williams, File)

(AP) -- Louis Riddick realizes he is in a favorable position. He is an analyst on the NFL’s most iconic television package — ESPN's “Monday Night Football” — and still has hopes of running a franchise as a general manager.

But with the offseason starting for many teams on Monday, will this be the year he returns to a front-office role?