Bolden, Hebert kiss and make up after dustup on sidelines

JIM BENDER

, Last Updated: 8:55 AM ET

At first blush, it looked like the Winnipeg Blue Bombers had lost their composure as the players lost control on the sidelines.

B.C. quarterback Jarious Jackson had just completed a 17-yard touchdown pass to slotback Jason Clermont to give the Lions a 19-4 lead late in the first half. Afterwards, cornerback Juran Bolden was seen taking a swing at safety Kyries Hebert, who was not helping out linebacker Ike Charlton on the play.

The two Bombers had to be separated by their teammates.

"We had a disagreement," admitted Hebert. "We came in and talked about it at halftime. We kissed and made up."

But Bolden objected.

"I didn't kiss you," he said, laughing.

"Yes, you did," Hebert responded. "Everything's good. We're good."

So what was the problem?

"It was about who's taller," Hebert joked.

"It is what it is," said Bolden. "We're two competitors out there. We're two aggressive guys out there, so tempers flared when it happened and that's why we say it's football. That's going to happen. We want to win and I hate being scored on. I hate giving up a play. I hate anybody catching a ball on me and I hate anything like that. But that's my Homey over there. I said a few things but just tempers flared and we played football afterwards. He's good, I'm good. We're all good."


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