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Saints, Sean Payton agree to multi-year contract

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07:51 PM ET 12.28 | There was growing drama on the bayou as to whether or not the New Orleans Saints would be able to work out a new contract with head coach Sean Payton before the NFL's deadline. But all worries can be put to bed, as both sides have agreed on a multi-year deal that will keep Payton in New Orleans for the foreseeable future. Some said that Dallas would be the best destination for Payton and many "experts" had him going there this offseason. But in all the chaos, one thing was glazed over: Sean Payton's undying loyalty to the Saints and to the players he's coached for so many years. A deal was going to be worked out, it was just a matter of when. But now that it's a done deal, Saints fans can breath easy. Many are attributing Payton's absence with the poor season New Orleans has endured, but this is the beginning of putting that all in the past.

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Sean Payton, AP Photo/Gerald Herbert Sean Payton, AP Photo/Gerald Herbert
December 28, 2012  08:02 PM ET

Such a big contract, you could call it a "bounty" of riches for Payton.

December 28, 2012  08:02 PM ET

This is good news for Saints fans.

December 28, 2012  08:03 PM ET

How can only one side come to an agreement? Sounds like something out of a Barack Obama wet-dream.

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December 28, 2012  08:28 PM ET
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Crime pays.Rx drug crimes, no problemBountygate? Take a year off and come back for gobs and gobs more money.

No doubt Jonathan Vilma is pleased that he can return to his business as usual next season.

December 28, 2012  08:34 PM ET

Winning trumps all...this Boy wins

December 28, 2012  08:34 PM ET
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Crime pays.Rx drug crimes, no problemBountygate? Take a year off and come back for gobs and gobs more money.

The America way son!! White collar crime steal millions get 3 years in the feds pen....steal a notebook and pen do 3 years in the state!

December 28, 2012  08:36 PM ET
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No doubt Jonathan Vilma is pleased that he can return to his business as usual next season.

No proof anywhere that Vilma got paid or any film.....ESPN and other sports channels wouldve shown it over and over if they had anything against any player !!!

December 28, 2012  08:37 PM ET
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No doubt Jonathan Vilma is pleased that he can return to his business as usual next season.

Goodell over used his powers!!! The ex-commish Tags did the right thing!!

December 28, 2012  08:38 PM ET
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This is good news for Saints fans.

Who Dat Is? New Orleans talk!!

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December 28, 2012  09:02 PM ET
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The America way son!! White collar crime steal millions get 3 years in the feds pen.

Don't tell that to Bernie Maddow.

December 28, 2012  09:53 PM ET
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Winning trumps all...this Boy wins

And he's got that You-know-what-eating grin that proves it.

December 28, 2012  09:55 PM ET
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And he's got that You-know-what-eating grin that proves it.

But who is his Defensive Coordinator going forward ?? Inquiring minds want to know ?

December 28, 2012  09:56 PM ET
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Crime pays.Rx drug crimes, no problemBountygate? Take a year off and come back for gobs and gobs more money.

Or as Richard Pryor said ''We're crime, and crime don't pay''

December 28, 2012  10:13 PM ET
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But who is his Defensive Coordinator going forward ?? Inquiring minds want to know ?

After this season gonna be many coaches looking for work I bet

December 28, 2012  10:32 PM ET
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But who is his Defensive Coordinator going forward ?? Inquiring minds want to know ?

Romeo Crennel.

December 28, 2012  10:39 PM ET

Good.

Now all those fools who claimed Sean Payton would coach the Cowboys can finally shut up.

 
December 28, 2012  10:40 PM ET

...and Sean Payton looks stoned in that picture

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