Jarrett Payton Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, WGN News

Jarrett Payton
Jarrett Payton

Jarrett Payton Biography

Jarrett Payton is a former American football back presently working. At WGN News of CLTV’s Sports Feed as a host and sports reporter. He joined the WGN News team on May 8, 2015.

Payton also hosts on ChicagolandSportsRadio.com an internet. He also co-hosts  The Beat on WGN Radio-AM Sundays the weekend sports radio program at 3 pm.

Jarrett Payton Age

Payton was born in Arlington Heights, IL., United States, on December 26, 1980. Payton is 41 years old.

Jarrett Payton Height

He 6 ft 0 inches/ Approx. 1.83 m tall.

Jarrett Payton Education

Payton joined St. Viator High School for his high school diploma. Where he played high school football and soccer. He received All-State player honors and played soccer In his first two years.

Payton accounted for all-purpose yards 2,842  while playing tailback, wide receiver, and quarterback as a senior in high school. He joined Miami University where Jarrette played in the Indoor Football League. For the Chicago Slaughter and NFL Tennessee Titans later on.

Jarrett Payton Family

Payton was born to caring parents Walter Payton in Arlington Heights, IL. His father is the former running back great Chicago Bears. She has a sister called Brittney.

Jarrett Payton Wife

Payton is married to his pretty wife Trisha George. The duo tied the knot in Florida, coinciding on March 4, 2009. He and Trisha on March 7 held their reception in Chicago at Soldier Field.

The couple is blessed with two good-looking children namely Madison and Jaden.

Jarrett Payton Children

Payton and Trisha are proud parents of two amazing children namely Madison Jarrett and Jaden Jarrett.

Jarrett Payton Salary

Payton receives an annual salary of  $40,000 – $ 110,500, according to WGN News  Station anchors/reporters’ salaries.

Jarrett Payton’s Net worth

He has an estimated net worth of $19 million.

Jarrett Payton Career

Payton was signed by the NFL Tennessee Titans as an undrafted free agent in addition. He also played for the Toronto Argonauts and the Toronto Argonauts. Payton founded the Payton Jarrett Foundation in 2011.

It strives around Chicago through two core programs and positively influences young people. The youth football camp Leadership Academy. And The anti-bullying program PROJECT: NO BULL.

Payton joined St. Viator High School for his high school diploma. Where he played high school football and soccer. He received All-State player honors and played soccer In his first two years.

Payton accounted for all-purpose yards 2,842  while playing tailback, wide receiver, and quarterback as a senior in high school. He joined Miami University where Jarrette played in the Indoor Football League. For the Chicago Slaughter and NFL Tennessee Titans later on.