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2014: Signed an extension with the Alouettes on Feb. 11
2012: Joined the Montreal Alouettes on May 8.
2011: Released by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on March 29.
2010: Signed with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Oct. 20
2010: Released by the Cincinnati Bengals on Sep. 4.
2007: Signed with the Cincinnati Bengals on Jan. 31.
2006: Signed with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in April.
2005: Released by the Buccaneers on March 2
2005: Signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Jan. 31
2005: Released by the Ottawa Renegades.
2004: Signed with the Ottawa Renegades.
2003: Released by the Houston Texans on July 28.
2002: Signed with the Houston Texans … Released by the Minnesota Vikings in September … Signed with the Minnesota Vikings in April.
2015: Montreal Alouettes
Various injuries made him miss the first nine games of 2015 as well as the last three, limiting his playing time to only
nine games. He had his best outing of the year in Hamilton, against the Tiger-Cats, when he cumulated five defensive tackles, one quarterback sack and one pick. The Tom Pate Award winner in 2013 didn’t stay idle on the field, proudly representing the Montreal Alouettes has he once again renewed his close involvement to the Montreal community with numerous charity events.
2014: Montreal Alouettes
The nine-year CFL veteran still had his share of success in 2014. His impressive total of 64 defensive tackles; including two sacks – was good for fourth place within the Alouettes’ powerful defensive unit behind Bear Woods, Chip Cox and Jerald Brown respectively. He also contributed on special teams where he recorded three tackles. In two playoff games, Hebert recorded three defensive tackles as well as one sack, two special team’s tackles and two knockdowns. The Tom Pate Award winner in 2013 once again renewed his close involvement to the Montreal community with numerous charity events in 2014.
2013: Montreal Alouettes
Hebert thrived after undergoing a position change at training camp, as the safety-turned-linebacker has played a big role in the Alouettes stifling defence. Hebert, who was named the CFL’s Defensive Player of the Month for July, tallied 68 defensive tackles and 9 sacks. In addition to his duties on defence, the second-year Alouette has also contributed on special teams with 6 special teams tackles. In Week 5 against Edmonton, The Eunice, Louisiana native wreaked havoc among the Eskimos offence, racking up a career-high 10 defensive tackles and a pair of quarterback sacks in a 32-27 win at Percival Molson Stadium.
2012: Montreal Alouettes
The hard-hitting safety earned his first CFL All-Star selection following a season in which he led the league with 28 special teams tackles. The product of Louisiana-Lafayette also played full time on defence where he recorded 48 tackles and three sacks. He also recovered a perfect onside field goal by kicker Sean Whyte back in Week 12. Hebert delivered a punishing block on Hamilton’s slotback Onrea Jones before 22,140 Molson Stadium spectators to free up Jerald Brown for a big return after intercepting Hamilton’s quarterback Henry Burris in Week 9. He also recorded at least one defensive tackle in 17 games.
2011: Did not play
2010: Hamilton Tiger-Cats
He played in two games making 4 tackles, before being released during the off-season on March 29, 2011.
2008-09: Cincinnati Bengals
He returned to the NFL after signing a two-year contract with the Bengals on December 31, 2007. In 31 games in Cincinnati, he recorded 57 tackles.
2007: Winnipeg Blue Bombers
He played in all 18 games for the Bombers and recorded 52 defensive tackles, 22 special teams tackles, five sacks and three interceptions while leading the Winnipeg defense to the Grey Cup.
2006: Winnipeg Blue Bombers
He was claimed off waivers from the Ottawa Renegades and recorded 34 defensive tackles, 23 special teams tackles and two sacks in 15 games with the Bombers.
2004-05: Ottawa Renegades
He quickly became a defensive and special teams force with the Renegades, recording 178 tackles, one sack, five interceptions, two fumble recoveries and three defensive touchdowns with Ottawa in 33 games over two seasons.
2002-03: Houston Texans
He was on the Texans’ active roster for the final game of the 2002 season before being released in 2003.
2002: Minnesota Vikings
He signed with the Vikings in April but was released at the end of training camp.
In his first season with the Montreal Alouettes, he led the CFL in special team tackles with 28. He played with the Houston Texans in 2002 before joining the Ottawa Renegades for two seasons. He then played for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in 2006 and 2007. The former University of Louisana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajun went back to the NFL in 2008 with the Cincinnati Bengals and was named a special team’s captain in 2009. His numerous contributions in the community also saw him win the Tom Pate award in 2013 with Montreal. Kyries and his Ky Cares Foundation held respectively the second edition of Lace it up, Football for Her, as well as Touched, a masquerade party benefitting those touched by cancer.
• Tom Pate Award: 2013
• Alouettes’ Most Outstanding Special Teams Player: 2012
• East Division All-Star: 2012
• CFL All-Star: 2012
• CFLPA All-Star : 2012, 2013
1st game: 17-06-2004 @ WPG
1st tackle: 17-06-2004 @ WPG
1st sack: 28-09-2005 @ TOR