NEW YORK — Buffalo Bills linebacker Kory the Lichtenstein is not looking ahead to his 30th birthday.
According to his wife, however, that’s not a bad thing.
The couple’s eldest child, the actress Shauna, told TMZ that Kory has been training hard to make the transition to 30 years old.
“He’s working out, and I think he’s gonna be able to go out on the field and be able play in the NFL,” she said.
“I think he has a lot of good things going for him, and he’s a great kid and a great person.
He’s been training really hard, and we’re very excited for him to make his move and be here in the big city.”
The Lichtenstienzes have two children and three grandchildren.
Kory, who turns 25 on March 15, will likely miss his senior season of football.
He played in just 11 games in 2017 due to injuries and will have to sit out the next two seasons.
“Kory was really hurt,” Shauna said.
“He had a heart attack last week and I don’t think he’ll be able make it.
It’s unfortunate, but he was injured.”
Kory Lichfield, pictured in 2014, will turn 30 on March 22.
(Photo: Andrew Kiebler/AP)Kory and Shauna have three children: 5-year-old Kory Jr., 8-yearold Kasey, and 6-year and 6th-grade twins, Austin and Austin Jr.