29-Year-Old Defensive End – Atlanta Falcons
2015 Fantasy Football Outlook
There was no outlook written for Kroy Biermann in 2015. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Kroy Biermann Contract Information:
Re-signed with the Falcons on a one-year, $1.925 million contract in March of 2015.
The Falcons have re-signed Biermann, ESPN.com reports.
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Kroy Biermann: Past News Updates ( ▲ View most recent update )
Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)Biermann tore his Achilles' tendon in the second game of the 2013 season, but it sounds as if he'll be ready to go when training camp rolls around. The Falcons previously announced that Biermann would return without a restructured deal after there was some speculation he would be a cap casuality this offseason.
RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Kroy Biermann.
Biermann is currently projected to be the starting left defensive end for the Falcons in 2014.. Biermann is coming off a torn Achilles, but if he earns the starting job, there will be plenty of tackles and sacks to be had. He's a situation to monitor as camp begins.
Biermann doesn't excel in any one area, but he's a versatile player who should see a sizable snap count now that both John Abraham and Ray Edwards are no longer around. While the Falcons did sign Osi Umenyiora, it should still be a net gain in playing time for Biermann. Keep in mind while Biermann's unlikely to have much value in leagues that reward heavily for sacks, he should pile up some cheap tackles at least.
Biermann will see action on special teams and in the defensive end rotation that includes himself, John Abraham and Ray Edwards. His upside will always be limited unless Abraham or Edwards go down with an injury, but he's still likely to get to 40 total tackles and notch a couple of sacks.
Biermann will sit behind the likes of John Abraham and Ray Edwards to begin 2011, and will struggle to find playing time unless the injury bug strikes. He'll have a tough time matching the 35 tackles he had last season.
Biermann will start at left defensive end.
Biermann is a good pass rusher, but does not fit in as a starter for the 2009 season.
Biermann is at the bottom of the depth chart for defensive end, and a good training camp and preseason could earn him a spot on special teams in 2008.