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Bengals Teammates Evan McPherson and Logan Wilson Both Become Girl Dads on the Same Day

McPherson welcomed daughter Merritt, while Wilson welcomed daughter Kambry

<p>Ian Johnson/Icon Sportswire via Getty; Dylan Buell/Getty</p> Logan Wilson (L) and Evan McPherson (R)

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Logan Wilson (L) and Evan McPherson (R)

Cincinnati Bengals players Evan McPherson and Logan Wilson will always remember March 15 as a special day as teammates.

Both McPherson and Wilson became girl dads on March 15, each welcoming daughters with their respective wives.

Bengals placekicker McPherson, 24, welcomed his daughter Merritt Hayes with wife Gracie, sharing the news in a joint post on Instagram. Posting a carousel of photos of their baby girl in the hospital and at home, the newly minted family of three shared a few details in their caption.

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"Merritt Hayes McPherson 🩷3•15•2024. 7 pounds 4 ounces," McPherson wrote in the caption. "Baby girl and her mom rocked it in the hospital and we are so happy to be home! Her brothers are already obsessed with her!! We all love you so much Merritt Hayes!🩷."

Bengals linebacker Wilson, 27, welcomed daughter Kambry with wife Morgan, also announcing the news on Instagram.

In the black-and-white photo, Wilson wears a shirt that reads "Girl Dad" and helps Morgan hold their newborn daughter, smiling down at her.

"Kambry James Wilson🩷 03•15•24🩷," they wrote in their caption.

McPherson has been with the team since 2021, joining the professional league after playing in college for the University of Florida. Wilson joined the Bengals in 2020 after playing college football at the University of Wyoming.

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