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Long Snapper Houser Released Over Bad Investments?

Seems that today’s Times-Picayune has suggested that the recent release of long snapper Kevin Houser could only have been for one reason – bad investments. It was those investments that he also tried to get other players involved in:

Only Coach Sean Payton and General Manager Mickey Loomis know if Kevin Houser’s unceremonious release last week was related to Tax Credit-gate. But the evidence points overwhelmingly to Houser being kicked out of the house for his unwitting role as point man in Wayne Read’s film tax-credit scheme at Louisiana Film Studios. Why else would the Saints release him?

It couldn’t have been for pay. Houser was scheduled to earn $745,000 this season. His replacement, Jason Kyle, will earn at least $845,000, the minimum the Saints can pay him as a 14-year veteran. It couldn’t have been for performance. In nine seasons, Houser never botched a bad snap. Not one

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