Apparently New Orleans Saints players and coaches are not familiar with the saying that if something sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Film studio debts reach a wide audience - NOLA.com Now the player that was the "point man" and paid a finders fee for getting others to invest has been cut by the Saints - though I don't understand why he would be surprised. Former New Orleans Saints longsnapper Kevin Houser says he was surprised to be released by the team - New Orleans Saints Beat Houser's release was obviously not sap or performance related, but it still had to be done. But it didn't stop Jeremy Shockey from putting in his two cents worth of wisdom. Bad investments sour New Orleans Saints' relationship with long snapper Kevin Houser - Jeff Duncan on Saints Maybe Shockey should have taken some of that $80k and hired a tutor to teach him how to spell and write. And as far as he and any of the other players and coaches who are out of money they invested, I wonder if any of them sought out the advice of a financial advisor in regards to this investment?