Colts Tight End Kylen Granson Celebrates His First Touchdown with Hilarious, Newborn-Inspired Photoshoot

In a photoshoot posted to Instagram, the tight end and his girlfriend proudly shared their bundle of joy — the football with which he scored the TD

<p>Kylen Granson/Instagram</p>

Kylen Granson/Instagram

Kylen Granson is expanding his … accomplishments!

In a hilarious photoshoot announcing the “birth” of his first NFL touchdown, the Indianapolis Colts tight end shared photos of his baby — the football — on Instagram Monday.

“After 3yrs of trying… it’s finally here🍼🏈 #firstcareertouchdown” the 25-year-old wrote alongside a carousel of proud papa moments.

In the series of snaps, Granson committed to the role, wearing a paternal cardigan and beaming widely while looking down at his football, which was swaddled in a towel.

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His longtime girlfriend Daisy Foko also got in on the action, posing in a few of the shots, including the final image where the two kiss with the new special member of the family nestled between them.

<p>Kylen Granson/Instagram</p>

Kylen Granson/Instagram

In the comments, Granson’s teammates couldn’t hold back their appreciation.

“Come on man 😭” wrote rookie quarterback Anthony Richardson, while Colts safety Julian Blackmon commented: “Go on ahead w this😭”

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Foko, too, couldn’t resist, writing: “I’m so blessed to be able to support Kylen during this time. Thank you my love for bringing such happiness into our lives 🥹🤍”

For Granson, the touchdown against the Houston Texans happened after a 36-month-long gestation period, and in a place where he has a history on the field.

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The Colts star began his career in Houston at Rice University before transferring to SMU his junior year to play for now-TCU head coach Sonny Dykes.

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