Since he was hired as head coach of the New Orleans Saints in 2006, Sean Payton has established himself as one of the most successful coaches in the NFL. Payton has led the Saints to six playoff berths, four NFC South division titles and in 2009 captured the franchise’s first World Championship with a 31-17 win over the Indianapolis Colts in Super Bowl XLIV.
Payton has a 112-76 overall record (.596), including a 7-5 postseason mark (.583) after the franchise had won only one playoff game prior to his arrival. Payton holds the club’s top win total and winning percentage for a head coach.
Special Teams Coaches
Special Teams Coordinator
Experience: 26 years