Linebacker Kyries Hebert will not be back with the Ottawa Reblacks in 2019.

The veteran linebacker signed a one-year deal in the nation’s capital last February after the Montreal Alouettes released the 38-year-old. The return to Ottawa featured two suspensions during 2018.

Hebert was handed a two-game punishment – his second suspension of the season – after hitting Montreal Alouettes receiver B.J. Cunningham in the “side of his head in a reckless manner,” according to the league.

Hebert was suspended one game in June after levelling Calgary receiver DaVaris Daniels with a headshot.

Hebert is a ferocious defender often referred to as the CFL’s dirtiest player.

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