Kroy Evan Biermann is a former American football player. He played as a defensive end and outside linebacker. He was born on September 12, 1985. Kroy was drafted by the professional football team, Atlanta Falcons in the fifth round of the 2008 NFL Draft. He played college football at Montana. He is the life partner of Bravo television personality Kim Zolciak.
Kroy Biermann Bio: Age, Earrly Life, Parents, Siblings
Kroy was born in Hardin, Montana. He was born as the son of Keith and Kathy Biermann. He has two elder sisters, Krista and Kelsey. His parents and all immediate family members have names that start with the letter “K.” Wanting to keep the tradition going and unhappy with standard names beginning with “K”, his mother searched a phone book for a suitable name that starts with “K” and chose Kroy. Biermann earned eight letters at Hardin High School (Hardin, Montana), i.e. three letters in football; three letters in wrestling; and two in track. He was a First-team All-State pick. Kroy was also a team captain as a junior and senior at linebacker. He was picked as First-team All-Conference at running back in 2002 and 2003. He took part in Montana’s Annual East-West Shrine Game. Biermann turned to be one of the state’s premier wrestlers at the A level and achieved second in the state as a junior and senior. During his senior year in wrestling, Kroy as a team captain had the most take-downs and most pins. He was voted as his team’s ‘Most Valuable Wrestler’.
Kroy Biermann Career Details
Biermann took part in fifty-two career games while scoring 220 tackles, 32 sacks (the second-most in school history), 45 tackles for loss, nine forced fumbles, and seven fumble recoveries for the University of Montana. In the year 2004, being a true freshman, Biermann participated in 14 of 15 games and had seven tackles for a loss.
In the games of 2005, Kroy participated in all 12 games and turned to be the team’s fifth-leading tackler and positioned himself third on the team with seven sacks and tied for a team-high two fumble recoveries. In the year 2006, he achieved 78 stops and contributed with 11 sacks and 13.5 tackles for defeat in 14 games. Kroy was named a ‘Walter Camp First-team Small College All-American’. He was voted a second-team ‘Little All-America’ selection by both the popular news establishments, ‘Associated Press’ and ‘The Sports Network’. Biermann also earned ‘First-team All-Big Sky Conference’.
Kroy was named the ‘2007 Big Sky Conference Defensive MVP’ after achieving 70 tackles, 15 sacks, 18 tackles for a loss, and five forced fumbles during his senior season. He became Montana’s first-ever recipient of the ‘Buck Buchanan Award’ in 2007, as well, presented annually by ‘The Sports Network’ to the top defensive player in Division I Football Championship Subdivision. Kroy participated in sports outside linebacker in the ‘2008 Hula Bowl’. Later he signed a one-year deal with the Bills on August 15, 2016.
On September 2, 2016, the Bills released him as part of final roster cuts.
In 2010, during the month of May, Biermann participated in an event known as ‘Dancing Stars Of Atlanta’ (a charity event). There he met Kim Zolciak, their objective was to raise money for Alzheimer’s disease. Their meeting was later presented on season three of ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta’. They were blessed with a son named Kroy Jagger on May 31, 2011. Both of them got married at their Roswell, Georgia home on November 11, 2011. Their second child, Kash Kade was born on August 15, 2012. On November 25, 2013, they got blessed with the twin children Kaia Rose and Kane Ren. In March 2013, Biermann filed to legally adopt Zolciak’s daughters, Brielle and Ariana, from her previous relationships. After the adoption process, in July 2013, the girls changed their last names to Biermann.