Angry Bird ready to welcome controversial Kuale into flock
Alouette allstar safety Kyries Hebert says he spoke out of anger after the Eastern Final. It was rare anger from a player who preaches "viciousness" within the rules of the game and has a caring and stylish off-the-field image.
"He's a bit of a dirty ___-hole player and he's gonna see me next year," Hebert told me on the so-called "Garbage Day" as the Als cleared out their lockers.
If only Ky had seen this coming.
The Als have signed Ejiro Kuale off the free agent market and now they will certainly see eachother "face to face" as Hebert said he hoped they would in 2013.
It will be as teammates and not as heated rivals on the field.
"You can't be an 'Angry Bird' without any anger," Hebert tells CJAD. "The decision to bring him over is to make the team better. All I wanted to do was give him my best effort."
Are bygones bygones?
Listen to Ky Hebert on Kuale, offseason Alouettes changes and about his Ky Cares charity speaking tour.