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Is Kroy Biermann Ready to Leave the NFL Behind to Be a Stay-at-Home Dad?
The #DontBeTardy proud pop and athlete opens up about what's next for him.
Back in September Kroy Biermann made headlines when he became a free agent again following his release from the Buffalo Bills. The career move came after he had previously spent the entirety of his NFL career with the Atlanta Falcons. Now that he's back on the free agent track, he's exclusively revealed to The Daily Dish what his plans are.
"It definitely played itself out in an interesting direction this year, but I've definitely enjoyed the time," he said. "This year was the first year the boys started school, so it's been exciting to be around that with them and take them to school and pick them up and see the excitement in their eyes and do their homework with them. Had I been somewhere else, I would have missed out on a lot of that stuff."
Still, Kroy's taking meetings with NFL teams and seeing where those conversations lead. "I met with some teams earlier on. Most recently a lot of it's been through the phone, but I do want things to be on my terms per se. I could have done a lot of different things and been in a position [where] it wouldn't have been something that would have been amazing to me. It would have worked, but it wouldn't have been what I wanted and I'm far enough in my career where I'm not out there running my head into a wall per se. I want it to be a good ending, so we'll see. It may end up this season. It may not, it may be next season. There's no definitive answers to where this thing will end up, but it's definitely been a fun journey."
And while Kim Zolciak-Biermann has suggested she sees a future in coaching for the football pro, the Don't Be Tardy dad has a different path in mind.
"Probably not. I could maybe do some high school stuff. I definitely do not envy a coach's job," he said. "As a player, I've been on the other side and I've seen it and when I leave the building they got a whole other day ahead of them. They sit there and they watch film. They break down opponents. They do just mounds and mounds and mounds of work while I'm at home enjoying my kids and my family. So as much as I would enjoy that part of it, I don't know if I could [do it]. I love my family and I feel like it's second nature to me to be a father and a husband. I joke with Kim sometimes I should be a stay-at-home dad. I love it that much. But that demand [as a coach], I feel like I would miss way too much at home at that level even [at the college level], they take a ton of time away from their families. It is a major dedication to be a coach at that level, so I would definitely enjoy it. But, I don't know if I could spend that much time away from my family."
Find out why Kim thinks he should be a coach, below.