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Jarrett Payton (Jarrett Walter Payton) was born on December 26, 1980 in Arlington, Illinois. After going to high school at St. Viator (IL), Payton attended the University of Miami. Payton made his professional debut in the NFL in 2005 with the Tennessee Titans. He played for the Tennessee Titans for his entire 1 year NFL career.
2007: Signed with the Alouettes in February.
2006: Released by Tennessee in September.
2005: Allocated to the NFLE Amsterdam Admirals by Tennessee in January.
2004: Signed with the Tennessee Titans in April.
He finished fifth in the CFL and led the Alouettes for most touchdowns and rushing yards… He was named Offensive Player of the Week in Weeks 7 and 11… He missed the first four games of the season with an ankle injury, and Game 18 with a rib injury.
He attended training camp with the Tennessee Titans.
The Titans allocated him to the NFLE Amsterdam Admirals where he won the World Bowl… He was named All-NFLE after rushing for 578 yards and finishing tied for first with a league-high seven touchdowns... With the Titans, he played 13 games and rushed for 105 yards and two touchdowns on 33 carries… He caught six passes for 30 yards and made five tackles.
He signed with the Titans and spent the season on the practice roster.
In 2003, he led the Hurricanes with 985 rushing yards, seven rushing touchdowns, three 100-yard games and 1,121 all-purpose yards.
He is the son of legendary Chicago Bears’ running back Walter Payton… He also played soccer… He studied liberal arts.
• First game: 26-07-2007 @ TOR
• First touchdown: 02-08-2007 vs TOR
In one game
• Most rushing yard: 160 (09-08-2007 vs CGY)
• Most touchdowns: 3 (09-09-2007 @ BC)
|1 year NFL career||13||33||105||3.2||2||0||0|
|1 year CFL career||13||163||852||5.2||8||0||2|
Kick Return Stats
|1 year NFL career||13||22||495||22.5||0||0|
|1 year NFL career||13||6||30||5||0||0|
|1 year CFL career||13||17||118||6.9||1||19|