Sean Payton kids: Sean and Beth’s marriage resulted in the birth of two children – Meghan Payton and Connor Payton.
Patrick Sean Payton who was born December 29, 1963, is an American football coach and club legend now serving as the head coach of the National Football League’s New Orleans Saints (NFL).
Payton played quarterback at Naperville Central High School and Eastern Illinois University before going pro in 1987 with the Chicago Bears and in 1988 in the United Kingdom.
Before being appointed the eighth full-time coach in Saints history in 2006, he began his coaching career as an offensive assistant at San Diego State University and held many assistants coaching positions on the collegiate and NFL clubs.
Sean Payton has long been known for his attacking skill, with the Saints scoring 2,804 points and gaining 40,158 yards in their first 100 games, more than any other team in NFL history.
Payton is the current head coach with the second-longest single-team record in the NFL, trailing only Bill Belichick of the New England Patriots, who has coached the Patriots since the 2000 season.
After a 3–13 season in 2005, the Saints made the 2006 NFL playoffs and advanced to their first NFC Championship appearance in franchise history under Payton’s guidance.
Payton was named AP NFL Coach of the Year as a result of his efforts. The Saints won their first Super Bowl triumph in team history during the 2009 season.
He has guided the Saints to three NFC Championship games (2006, 2009, and 2018), an appearance in Super Bowl XLIV, and nine overall playoff berths since joining the organization as head coach.
Sean Payton Kids
Sean Payton kids: Sean and Beth’s marriage resulted in the birth of two children – Meghan Payton and Connor Payton. Meghan who is their firstborn (daughter) was born in 1997. She is now 24 years old and wants to be a sports broadcaster.
In addition, Connor Payton, their second child, was born in the year 2000. Connor is a twenty-one-year-old man. He is more discreet about his personal life than his sister. Prior to becoming the eighth full-time coach in Saints history in 2006, he served as an assistant coach.