Since 2006 Bobby Hebert has been affiliated with HTV 10 and is a featured host for Sports on the Bayou.

Bobby Hebert is a former USFL and NFL professional football quarterback. He played from 1983-85 in the USFL where his team, the Michigan Panthers, won the championship in 1983. He was selected the game’s MVP.

Bobby played with the New Orleans Saints from 1985-1992. He took the Saints to their first playoff game in 1987, and their first division title in 1991.

From 1993-97 Bobby played with the Atlanta Falcons. He was selected to the Pro Bowl in 1994.

Bobby won the NFL Comeback Player of the Year award in 1991.

Bobby Hebert started his radio career in Atlanta in 1998 until 2005. Sports legend Buddy Diliberto contacted Bobby to come help him in 2004 with the Saints draft. Buddy passed away unexpectedly and WWL offered Bobby the job to become the new drive home sports talk host and the pre and post-game host of the Saints games.

Bobby has been a co-host of Saints on the Bayou for 12 years and cohost with Mike Detillier of the Monday night Second Guess show.

Bobby is a graduate of South Lafouche High School and Northwestern University in Natchitoches, LA.

Bobby and his wife Jojo have 5 children together and recently added two beautiful baby granddaughters to the family.