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So with all thew free time on his hands after being suspended by the NFL for the entire season, Saints head coach Sean Payton can spend a lot of quality time with the wife, right?
Not so fast. Payton is getting divorced, according to the New Orleans Times-Picayune.
Payton has apparently filed for divorce from his wife, Beth, citing “discord or conflict of personalities between Petitioner and Respondent that destroys the legitimate ends of the marriage relationship and prevents any reasonable expectation of reconciliation.”
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As if his NFL offseason already wasn't bad enough, New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton has filed for divorce from his wife Beth, after nearly 20 years of marriage, according to a report in the New Orleans Times-Picayune.
According to the report, the petition filed in Tarrant County, Texas on June 14, lists the grounds for divorce as "discord or conflict of personalities...
2012 has been a bit off to a sucky start for us Saints fans, but not even the lowest of our lows can compare to the never-ending Suck-Fest Saints Coach Sean Payton seems to be trapped in. First, he lost his job coaching on the sidelines for the upcoming season as punishment for the bounty scandal. Now, he’s losing his wife.
Sean and Beth Payton filed for divorce last month...
New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton, who has been suspended for the season for his part of the bounty scandal, has problems in his personal life too, as he has filed for divorce, the New Orleans Times Picayune reported Monday. Payton filed for divorce from his wife, Beth, on June 14, according to the report. The filings appear to have been written to hide the identities...
Sean Payton: It wasn’t long ago, I was on top of the world. Had it all. Super Bowl title. Acclaim. Respect. Jerry Jones’ fancy-ass restaurant wine. Not anymore. It’s all been whisked out from under me. The worst part is, I can’t even explain the how or why of it. Is what I’ve done so horrible or so different from the deeds of my peers? Do I really deserve this fall from...
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The NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell has rejected the appeals of the four players he suspended for their involvement in the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal, as reported by ESPN.
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