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Bobby Joseph Hebert Jr. (surname pronounced AY-bair /ˈeɪbɛər/; born August 19, 1960) is an American sportscaster and former American football quarterback. He played professionally in the United States Football League (USFL) and National Football League (NFL) from 1983 to 1996 for the Michigan Panthers, Oakland Invaders, New Orleans Saints, and Atlanta Falcons. Nicknamed the "Cajun Cannon", Hebert led the Panthers to the USFL championship in the league's inaugural season. Later he helped bring the Saints their first winning season and playoff appearance in franchise history. Hebert was inducted to the New Orleans Saints Hall of Fame in 1999 and the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame in 2000. He currently hosts an afternoon radio show on WWL AM 870 and WWL-FM 105.3 in New Orleans. More about Bobby Hebert
These are the most current items with a signature of Bobby Hebert that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.
|Bobby Hebert #3 Signed New Orleans Saints Mini Football Cajun Cannon Inscription||$59.99|
|Bobby Hebert 1990 Topps authentic autographed card Saints||$9.99|
|BOBBY HEBERT added CAJUN CANNON SAINTS QB AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED 4x6 GLOSSY PHOTO||$17.99|
|Bobby Hebert New Orleans Saints 1990 Signed NFL Score Football Card #45||$3.99|
|BOBBY HEBERT NEW ORLEANS SAINTS SIGNED BLACK ALT ECLIPSE MINI HELMET PSA DNA||$189.97|
|NEW ORLEANS SAINTS- BOBBY HEBERT AUTOGRAPH 8x10 ACTION PHOTO JSA AD08740||$49.95|
|NEW ORLEANS SAINTS- BOBBY HEBERT AUTOGRAPH 8x10 ACTION PHOTO JSA AD08741||$49.95|
In total, we tracked 326 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.
The most expensive item with a signature of Bobby Hebert (Bobby Hebert Michigan Panthers Usfl Autographed 1983 Full Contract) was sold in May 2020 for $499.99 while the cheapest item (BOBBY HEBERT Signed NEW ORLEANS SAINTS 1992 Card Auto) found a new owner for $0.01 in April 2008. The month with the most items sold (7) was May 2022 with an average selling price of $4.51 for an autographed item of Bobby Hebert. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in May 2020 with $250.37 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.99 was August 2011. In average, an autographed item from Bobby Hebert is worth $7.00.
Most recently, these items with a signature of Bobby Hebert were sold on eBay - click here for more items.
|BOBBY HEBERT 1988 Topps Football Authentic AUTO Autograph Saints #55||$14.99|
|BOBBY HEBERT 1989 Topps PSA/DNA Slabbed ON-CARD Autograph AUTO PSA||$49.95|
|Bobby Hebert Autograph 2021 Panini Illusions Elusive Ink #EI-BH /75 Saints||$2.25|
|Bobby Hebert Autograph 2021 Panini Illusions Elusive Ink #EI-BH /75 Saints||$15.50|
|Bobby Hebert Autograph 2021 Panini Illusions Elusive Ink #EI-BH /99 Saints||$5.00|
|Bobby Hebert Autograph 2021 Panini Illusions Elusive Ink #EI-BH /99 Saints||$6.52|
|Bobby Hebert Signed New Orleans Saints Jersey Beckett BAS COA Who Dat Nation 2||$39.00|
|Bobby Hebert Signed New Orleans Saints Jersey Beckett BAS COA Who Dat Nation 3||$42.00|
|Bobby Hebert Signed New Orleans Saints Jersey Beckett BAS COA Who Dat Nation 4||$40.00|
|Bobby Hebert Sketch Card Limited 17/50 Edward Vela Signed||$0.99|
Bobby Hebert will speak at St. Bernard Sports Hall of Fame ceremony (01/28/15): Ronnie Kornick Sr., the founding president of the St. Bernard Sports Hall of Fame, will receive the group's 2014 Humanitarian Award.
Ravens-Saints Preview With Bobby Hebert (11/20/14): Bobby Hebert, also known as the “Cajun Cannon”, joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn and Jason La Canfora to preview the Ravens match-up against the New Orleans Saints this Monday night.
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Fried chicken, Bobby Hebert and 7 more tasty Eat-Drink-Cook stories you might've (08/18/14): Last week, we took another step towards anointing the top fried chicken in New Orleans, two restaurants opened and two more were announced. Here's a round-up of the major Eat-Drink-Cook stories that you might've missed.
4 things to know about Bobby Hebert's Cajun Cannon restaurant, which opens Aug. (08/2014): Bobby Hebert played for the Saints. He's a broadcaster. And he can add the title of restaurateur to his resume when Bobby Hebert's Cajun Cannon opens this Sunday (Aug. 17).
At Bobby Hebert's Cajun Cannon, former Saints quarterback tackles cooking (07/2014): If Bobby Hebert invited you over to watch a Saints game, how could you say no? When the legendary Saints player opens his Bobby Hebert's Cajun Cannon Restaurant and Grill in mid-August, he'll have room to host a crowd of rabid Who Dats.
Bobby Hebert shares father's battle with colon cancer at West Jefferson Medical (03/2014): Former New Orleans Saints quarterback and WWL Sportscaster Bobby Hebert recently joined the staff at West Jefferson Medical Center to get the word out about colon cancer. Approximately 200 guests came to the event on March 24, and there was...
Bears-Saints preview with Bobby Hebert (10/2013): Kap and Carm talk with Bobby Hebert, former NFL QB and current host on WWL radio in New Orleans, to preview this Sunday’s Bears/Saints matchup, highlight some of the Saints’ key players and compare, and contrast Jay Cutler with the …
Beaux Hebert discusses leading Nicholls State this year, accent like his dad for (07/2013): Beaux Hebert discusses leading Nicholls State this year, getting tips from his dad and brother and talks first Nicholls game of the season against Oregon at the Manning Passing Academy.
Jim Henderson, Sally-Ann Roberts, Bobby Hebert headline year in local broadcast (12/2012): Radio and television stations made changes in front of and behind the camera
It's time for Bobby Hebert to leave the press box and join his fellow fans in th (11/2012): Saturday wasn't the first time the WWL sports-talk personality was booted from the working press area.
Bobby Hebert, Former Saint, Puts Outsize Imprint on Radio (10/2012): As his co-host affectionately says, and as his listeners know, the sports radio personality Bobby Hebert, a former quarterback for the New Orleans Saints, has “no filter between his mouth and his brain.”