Before Combine: Hgt: 6027, Wgt: 242, 40YD: 4.67-4.74-4.86
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Draft Scout Kroy Biermann News
08/22/16 - LB Kroy Biermann had four tackles and a half-sack in his debut with the Bills in Saturday's preseason win over the New York Giants.
08/15/16 - LB Kroy Biermann was signed by Buffalo on Monday after IK Enemkpali tore his right ACL in Saturday night's preseason opener. The 30-year-old Biermann, who worked out Monday morning and signed a contract in the afternoon, has played his entire career for the Atlanta Falcons, who made him a fifth-round pick in the 2008 draft. The 6-foot-3, 255-pound Biermann has played in 114 career games (37 starts) and has totaled 333 tackles, 23.5 sacks, two interceptions, six passes defensed, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries.
07/27/16 - DE Kroy Biermann, who became an unrestricted free agent with the Falcons March 9, wasn't tendered on May 11.
09/21/15 - LB Kroy Biermann created a big turnover in the third quarter. With the Giants on the Falcons' 8-yard line and set to take a 17-point lead, Biermann stripped Giants quarterback Eli Manning of the ball and defensive tackle Paul Soliai recovered.
"Turnovers help," Soliai said. "You have to get them. That was a good play by Kroy Biermann. I was just right there and we got the ball back for our offense."
03/18/15 - DE Kroy Biermann re-signed with Atlanta on Wednesday. Terms were not disclosed.
Biermann, 29, started 15 games last season and set a career high with 80 tackles to go along with 4.5 sacks and three passes defensed. It was a rebound season for Biermann, who missed the final 14 games in 2013 due to an Achilles injury.
Biermann was a part of general manager Thomas Dimitroff's first draft class in 2008. The former fifth-round pick from Montana has played in 98 games, made 37 starts and registered 21 sacks. He has also been versatile, including playing as a hybrid linebacker in former defensive coordinator Mike Nolan's scheme.
However, Biermann was also the 42nd-ranked defensive end by Pro Football Focus last season. His return to the Falcons under new head coach Dan Quinn was uncertain because Biermann is too light (6-feet-3, 255 pounds) to fit Quinn's 4-3 scheme, but he could help on special teams and in a backup role. He played 867 snaps in 16 games last season and tallied 43 tackles and 4.5 sacks.