Kroy Biermann Biography
|Date of Birth:||1985 , September-12|
|Age:||35 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Birth Name||Kroy Evan Biermann|
|Birth Place/City||Hardin Montana|
|Married to||Kim Zolciak (m. 2011)|
|Children||Brielle Biermann, Ariana Biermann|
|TV Show||Don't Be Tardy|
Kroy Evan Biermann is an American football outside linebacker. Kroy was approached by Atlanta Falcons in the fifth round of the 2008 NFL Draft. He has been married to Don't Be Tardy star Kim Zolciak since 2011.
He was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in the fifth round of the 2008 NFL Draft. He signed a one-year deal with the Buffalo Bills on August 15, 2016. He was released by the Bills on September 2, 2016, as a part of final roster cuts.
He has been married to Don't Be Tardy star, Kim Zolciak since 2011. The couple shares four children.
Biermann filed to legally adopt Zolciak's daughters, Brielle and Ariana, from her previous relationships in March 2013. The girls changed their last names to Brielle and Ariana Biermann when the adoption became final in July 2013.
Early Life And Education Of Kroy Biermann
Kroy Biermann was born on 12 September 1985, in Hardin Montana, the United States of America. He is the son of Kathy Biermann and Keith Biermann. Biermann has two older sisters; Kesley and Krista.
Kroy's immediate family and parents all have their names starting with the letter 'K,' as they wanted to maintain the traditional naming pattern. He is White in ethnicity and holds American nationality.
Kroy achieved eight grades during his time in Hardin High School: three in wrestling; three in football and two in track. He became the First-team All-State pick and team captain as a junior and as a linebacker while playing for the senior.
Biermann also took part in Montana's Annual East-West Shrine Game. He was also one of the state's most excellent wrestlers at A level and became second in the States as junior and senior.
Kroy Biermann's College Football Career
Kroy Biermann played fifty-two games with a total of 220 tackles, 32 sacks, 45 tackles for loss, nine forced fumbles and seven fumble recoveries in his college football career at the University of Montana.
In 2005 season games, Kroy played all 12 games and became teams fifth leading tackler, also positioned third on the team with seven sacks and tied for a team-high two fumble recoveries.
In 2006, Biermann made seventy-eight stops and scored 11 sacks and 13.5 tackles for loss in fourteen games. Kroy was voted to be Second-team Little All-America in selection by both the Associated Press and the Sports Network.
He was named the 2007 Big Sky Conference Defensive MVP after gaining 70 tackles, 15 tackles, 18 tackles for a loss, and five fumbles during his senior season.
Biermann also became Montana's first ever player to win Buck Buchanan Award in 2007. He also was awarded by The Sports Network to one of the fone defensive players in Division I Football Championship Subdivision.
Kroy Biermann's Professional career
Kroy Biermann became a professional football player after he became a top performer in the Vertical Jump and the 3-cone drill at the 2008 NFL Combine.
Atlanta Falcons selected Biermann in the fifth round of the 2008 NFL Draft. He even posted a picture of the Week 13 match against the San Diego Chargers after tackling Chargers QB Philip Rivers and added a second to the season finale against the St. Louis Rams.
Biermann began the 2009 season for the Falcons by sacking the Dolphins' QB, Chad Pennington, twice. He scored his first NFL touchdown on 2nd November 2009 at New Orleans Saints. He went back to Drew /brees full five yards for the score. On 27 December 2009, Bierman came in as the team's placekicker after an injury to the punter Michael Koenen during a game against the Buffalo Bills.
On 15 September 2013, Bierman suffered a torn tendon and couldn't play for the 2013 regular season. Atlanta Falcons renewed Biermann's contract after he spent a week on the free agent list. He got the new contract after getting over his tendon surgery and leading the Falcons defense with 4.5 in the 2014 season.
Biermann signed a one year contract with the Bills on 15 August 2016. On 2nd September 2016, he was released by the Bills as part of final roster cuts.
Kroy Biermann is currently a free agent.
Kroy Biermann's Net worth
Kroy Biermann's current estimated net worth is $5.5 million. He earns a good amount of money from his active career as a football player. His current salary is $2.5 million. Till date, he has played several matches and has endorsed many brands.
Biermann signed a one year contract of $ 1,925,000, with $500,000 as a bonus, and $500,000 guaranteed with Buffalo Bills. His salary is about $2.5 million which adds up to his total net worth.
Kroy Biermann's Personal life, Married, Wife, Children
In 2010, Kroy Biermann took part in Dancing Stars of Atlanta charity event to collect money for Alzheimer's disease, where he met Kim Zolciak for the first time. Since then, they have been together. They have a son together, Kroy Jagger, born on 31 May 2011.
The couple got married at Roswell, Georgia in their home on 11 November 2011. On 15 August 2012, Kroy's wife Zolciak became pregnant for the second time and another son kade was born.
Later, on 25th November 2013, Kim gave birth to twins; Kane Ren and Kaia Rose. In 2013, Kroy filed to adopt Kim's daughter legally from her previous marriage with Daniel Toce. When he finally adopted the children in July 2013, both the girls changed their last name to Ariana and Brielle Biermann.
In August 2018, his wife revealed in an Instagram post that her husband once tried to dump her when she began dating him. She added their breakup lasted for 24 hours only. She shared a photo of himself in cold wearing a black Speedo.