Kroy Biermann: Latest News, Rumors, Speculation Surrounding Free-Agent DE

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CHARLOTTE, NC - DECEMBER 13: Kroy Biermann #71 of the Atlanta Falcons watches the action against the Carolina Panthers at Bank Of America Stadium on December 13, 2015 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)
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Free-agent defensive end Kroy Biermann may be changing teams for the first time in his NFL career, as he is reportedly visiting the Buffalo Bills on Monday.  

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Bills Hosting Biermann, Seeking Edge Depth 

Monday, March 28

Conor Orr of reported the buzz on Biermann, who has spent all eight of his prior seasons with the Atlanta Falcons.

The Bills run an exotic hybrid scheme under head coach Rex Ryan, who likes to blitz often and generally attack opponents with an aggressive style. Biermann's strengths can help Buffalo on the edge.

Mike Rodak of weighed in on the fit for Biermann with his prospective new team:

Although Biermann isn't much of a pass-rusher—he's never had more than five sacks in a season—he'd be a solid depth option for the Bills, who need impact players on the front seven after cutting Mario Williams loose.

Buffalo has a playmaking inside linebacker in Preston Smith and athletic edge players in Manny Lawson and Jerry Hughes, not to mention Marcell Dareus and Kyle Williams in the trenches. That caliber of supporting cast would likely allow Biermann to thrive in a supporting role.

It may have taken longer than Biermann would have liked to find a new NFL home, but the Bills make a lot of sense as a landing spot. They finished 17th in run defense last season and could use someone like Biermann to help in that area.

But after ranking 31st in the NFL in team sacks this past year with only 21, finding a pass-rusher still has to be a huge priority for Buffalo, regardless of what happens with Biermann.