The NFL player was let go on Friday from the New York team

By Natalie Stone
Updated September 02, 2016 09:15 PM
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Kim Zolciak-Biermann is sharing her love for husband Kroy Biermann after news broke that he was released from the Buffalo Bills roster.

On Friday, the NFL team announced that the veteran outside linebacker was cut from the New York team, just two weeks after he signed on Aug. 15.

“Veteran OLB Kroy Biermann also did not make the cut after signing with the team midway through training camp,” the Buffalo Bills posted on its official site.

“Too bad everyone in the world doesn’t have the [love] of a child! #WhenYouFollowYour[Heart] #YouAreAlwaysRight #WeLoveYouDaddy,” 38-year-old Zociak posted to Instagram of a photo of her husband and son.

Biermann, 30, previously played for the Atlanta Falcons from 2008 to 2015.

On Aug. 16, the Real Housewives of Atlanta alum shared both her excitement and sadness that Biermann was departing for training camp. The deal came just before their son Kash’s 4th birthday and his first day starting preschool, as well as 5-year-old son KJ’s first day starting kindergarten.

“This has been one of the hardest days ever for me,” she captioned side-by-sides of her husband hugging their children. “Kash turning 4 and starting Pre-K, KJ starting kindergarten and my best friend, my everything left this morning to play for @buffalobills.”

“Although Kroy is so excited as I am (my parents grew up there, half my family still lives there) never mind the fact the fans are AWESOME, the team is AWESOME and my hubby is ecstatic … It was hard to say good bye!” she admitted. “Im so thankful for @briellebiermann taking Kroy so early this morning, @cheftraceybloom coming to the rescue to be here for me, @nikitpressley texts and ALL of you who have welcomed my husband with open arms! THANK YOU. #HeIsMyCalm #HeIsMyStrength #HeIsEveryThingAManHusband&FatherShouldBe.”

Biermann and her hubby tied the knot in 2011, and celebrated their fourth anniversary in November.