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August 12, 2020

Late NFL Star Walter Payton's Granddaughter Madison Poses in a Sparkling Blue Dress after Her 1st Dance Recital

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Late NFL star Walter Payton's son, Jarrett Payton recently shared a photo of his daughter rocking a blue dress and she looked super gorgeous in the outfit.

Walter Payton's son, Jarrett Payton is father to two kids and he proudly enjoys sharing important moments of his children's lives.

Taking to Instagram recently, Jarrett shared photos of his youngest child, daughter Madison Jordan rocking a gorgeous blue dress alongside a nude-colored pantyhose and a pair of grey sneakers. 

Chicago Bears' running back Walter Payton #34 runs with the ball circa 1975-1987. | Photo: Getty Images

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In the first slide, Madison was seen standing akimbo while she flashed a charming smile for the camera. The next slide saw her holding a colorful bouquet while a third slide featured an adorable video of her sassily walking away.

In his caption, Jarrett proudly wrote: "1st #dance recital in the ? and she did her thing on stage! So proud of you Madison Jordan!!!"

Shortly after sharing the post, fans and followers took to the comments section where they left lovely notes for the little girl.

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One user wrote, "You look so beautiful Madison. ???" while another added, "Love her little swagger ??" with many others also leaving similar comments.

Together with his wife, Trisha, Jarrett co-founded "The Jarrett Payton Foundation."

In addition to Madison, Jarrett and his wife, Trisha George share a son — Jason — who started preschool back in 2016.

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Taking to Facebook at the time, Jarrett shared a heartwarming video where he was seen breaking down after dropping Jason on his first day at school. In the clip, he said:

"My son's getting big, man. I don't know if there is anything cooler than being a dad, man. That's real."

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Jarrett's father, Walter left a remarkable legacy in the world of sports. Popularly called "Sweetness," he was a star running back who played for the Chicago Bears and set multiple records during his football career.

Since Walter's death in 1999, Jarrett has constantly honored him with his outstanding achievements across different fields.

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Although Jarrett has a career as a football player, he also went into broadcasting and was once a co-host on the "Jarrett, Harry and Spike" radio show.

Along with being a footballer and a broadcaster, Jarrett is also involved in community work and continues to be a role model for youths across the United States.

Together with his wife, Trisha, Jarrett co-founded "The Jarrett Payton Foundation," which is committed to providing programs that prepare youths to take up leadership roles.

Whether as a football player or a broadcaster, Jarrett has indeed upheld his father's legacy while also making a name for himself!

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