Kyries Hebert


222 lbs


6' 3"






Sep 10th, 1980

Career Years:



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.


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.


Hamilton Tiger-Cats He played in two games making 4 tackles, before being released during the off-season on March 29, 2011.


He attended college in Lafayette, Louisiana where he was a standout defensive back for the University of Louisiana at Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns. In each of his three seasons between 1999 and 2001 he led the team in tackles made. He also played in every game during this period.