Fort Payne native (and Bengals kicker) Evan McPherson watches Super Bowl halftime show from field

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Kickers don't have too much strategizing to do at halftime. And Super Bowl halftimes are the longest halftimes of the NFL season each year.

With that in mind, Cincinnati Bengals kicker (and Fort Payne native) Evan McPherson stayed out on the field to watch the Super Bowl 56 halftime show (featuring Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar) on Sunday in Los Angeles, according to multiple reports at the stadium.

McPherson was on the field quickly to start the second half after a Tee Higgins 75-yard touchdown catch on the first play of the second half gave the Bengals the lead

The Fort Payne High School alum had already compiled a field goal and a pair of extra points through one half and one play in Sunday's game. He added another field goal in the third quarter.

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This article originally appeared on The Gadsden Times: Bengals' Evan McPherson stays on field to watch Super Bowl halftime show