NFL Denies Sean Payton’s Deal for 2013 Has Been Voided

According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the NFL has voided Sean Payton‘s contract extension, meaning Payton will be a free agent at the end of this season. The NFL released a statement denying a decision had been made.

Regardless, Jay Glazer of FOX Sports reports he spoke to Payton and he wants to remain a Saint. He enjoys his working relationship with general manager Mickey Loomis and plans to stay with the team.

Of course, the speculation is that he would be a prime target for Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones but despite the prestige of being Cowboys head coach, he would have to deal with the meddlesome owner/general manager.


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One Response to “NFL Denies Sean Payton’s Deal for 2013 Has Been Voided”

  1. NFL says:

    Every single NFL team depends on its fans to keep going. Without keen supporters at the games, teams don’t sell tickets, or benefit from concessions or stadium advertising. How do you compare with, say, a Greenbay Packer’s fan for the amount you spend?

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