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Ex-Alouettes assistant coach Noel Thorpe, hired by Ottawa to be their new defensive coordinator, tells Ky Hebert and Joey Alfieri that he's happy to stay in the East division, which he knows inside and out.
Hebert: I liked Calgary's moxy
Ky Hebert's take on the Stampeders' late-game decisions that led to Toronto's improbable Grey Cup win.
Rhodes: Wanted to prove I could play their game
Former Colt and Superbowl champ Dominic Rhodes tells Ky Hebert and Joey Alfieri he wanted to earn his way in the CFL during his brief stint with the Alouettes in 2013. He also reveals the true meaning of Peyton Manning's signature phrase 'Omaha'.
Benoit: Keenum over Bridgewater, 100 percent
Sports Illustrated's Andy Benoit talks NFL with Ky Hebert & Joey Alfieri.
Lewis: Bring in a coach who can relate to players
Legendary receiver Nik Lewis hints about his future and joins Ky Hebert, Joey Alfieri and Moe Khan in studio to tell them what qualities he'd like to see in a new Alouettes head coach.
Reed: We're looking for a leader
Kavis Reed discusses his search for a new head coach and what the Als will do about their QB position moving forward with Kyries Hebert and TSN 690's Joey Alfieri.
Reed: Don't be the weak link
GM Kavis Reed won't tolerate any of his players quitting on the final three games of the season now that the Als have been eliminated from playoff contention. Reed joined Ky Hebert and Joey Alfieri.
Hebert: One positive is our run game
In a lost season Kyries Hebert notes that Als' back Tyrell Sutton averaged almost ten yards per carry in the Week 16 loss to Edmonton.
Hebert: I don't see guys quitting
Ky Hebert assures Joey Alfieri that despite a seven game losing streak none of his teammates have packed it in.
Hebert: This is about equality, nothing else
A native of Louisiana, Ky Hebert has experienced segregation and discrimination first hand; Ky shares his thoughts on the ongoing U.S. Anthem protests on the latest episode of "Sideline 2 Sideline."