Jarrett in 2000

Connie Payton and her son Jarrett joke around before the unveiling of a plaque at Nickol Knoll Golf Club in <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100501040000" title="Arlington Heights" href="/topic/us/illinois/cook-county/arlington-heights-PLGEO100100501040000.topic">Arlington Heights</a> honoring Bears running back <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT008537" title="Walter Payton" href="/topic/sports/football/walter-payton-PESPT008537.topic">Walter Payton</a>. Walter Payton used to run up and down one of the hills at the golf club for exercise. The hill was a 92-foot landfill promontory during the eight years Walter Payton trained on it.

( PETER THOMPSON, CHICAGO TRIBUNE / May 13, 2000 )

Connie Payton and her son Jarrett joke around before the unveiling of a plaque at Nickol Knoll Golf Club in Arlington Heights honoring Bears running back Walter Payton. Walter Payton used to run up and down one of the hills at the golf club for exercise. The hill was a 92-foot landfill promontory during the eight years Walter Payton trained on it.

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