Yesterday, former Atlanta Falcons linebacker Kroy Biermann signed a one-year deal with the Buffalo Bills.
Football fans know that the move will help the Bills add much-needed depth to their ailing defense, but for reality TV fans Kroy's new contract signifies something much more important:
Kim Zolciak is leaving Atlanta!
Yes, it looks like Brielle Biermann will have to get in those bikini selfies while she can, as the Zolciaks will soon be trading in the balmy temps of Hotlanta for the frigid climes of Western New York.
Naturally, several tabloid sites are having a field day, claiming that Kim feels betrayed by Kroy's decision, and is in mourning over the prospect of having to leave Atlanta, a city she's called her home since she was 21.
But Kim claims it's all good in the Bravo hood.
The Don't Be Tardy star says she has family in the Buffalo area and is looking forward to spending more time in the land of chicken wings and Canadian beer.
In order to put the minds of her fans at ease, Kim posted the following photo to Instagram moments ago:
"Damnnnnn @kroybiermann Is killing me in his @buffalobills uniform! He is so overwhelmed with all of your support! Thank you I'm truly grateful for all of you! Comforting me lol and welcoming him! #BuffaloBills #TheFanBaseIsIncredible"
Okay, the "comforting me" part makes it sound like Kim may have had some misgivings initially, but she's right about the Bills fanbase, which several polls have ranked as among the most fervent and loyal in all of professional sports.
Besides, Kroy won't be the only Bill who's had a brush with reality TV stardom, as former Kim Kardashian boyfriend Reggie Bush recently signed with the team.
And don't worry, Kim, with your love of red Solo cups, you'll fit right in at a tailgate at Ralph Wilson Stadium (or whatever they're calling it this year).
Plus, the regular season ends before the really cold weather starts, and given the Bills 21st-century track record and wealth of pre-season injuries, we're guessing you'll be home in time to watch the playoffs from the warmth of the ATL.