Footballer Jay Cutler Height Weight Body Statistics

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Born Name

Jay Christopher Cutler

Nick Name

Jay

Jay Cutler in an NFL match between Chicago Bears and Kansas City Chiefs in August 2016
Jay Cutler in an NFL match between Chicago Bears and Kansas City Chiefs in August 2016

Sun Sign

Taurus

Born Place

Santa Claus, Indiana, United States

Nationality

American

Education

Jay Cutler went to the Heritage Hills High School in Lincoln City.

He then got enrolled at the Vanderbilt University in Nashville. In 2005, he graduated from the university with a degree in organizational and human development.

Occupation

Professional American football player

Family

  • Father – Jack Cutler (Former police officer and owner of cement company)
  • Mother – Sandy Cutler
  • Siblings – Jenna Cutler (Younger Sister), Joy Cutler (Younger Sister)

Manager

Jay Cutler is represented by James Cook.

Position

Quarterback

Shirt Number

6

Build

Athletic

Height

6 ft 3 in or 191 cm

Weight

102 kg or 225 lbs

Girlfriend / Spouse

Jay Cutler has dated –

  1. Julia Allison (2009) – Jay Cutler was reported to be going out with Internet celebrity Julia Allison in April 2009 after they were spotted leaving a Chicago nightclub at 2 in the morning. They had got close and heavy at the nightclub as well.
  2. Kristin Cavallari (2010-Present) – Jay first tried to hook up with actress Kristin Cavallari in 2009 by asking her out through her publicist. As she was busy shooting Hills and didn’t have time for long distance relationship, she didn’t take up his offer. As the fate would have, a year later she was visiting her mom in Chicago and went to Chicago Bears pre-season game. She found him cute on that first meeting and soon, they had something going on. By January 2011, she told the press that she was in love with him. In April, they reportedly got engaged. However, three months later, they had ended their engagement. By November, they had reconciled. By January 2012, she was pregnant with their first child, Camden who was born in August and two years later, she gave birth to their second son, Jaxon. They got married in June 2013 in Nashville. In May 2015, she took to her app to announce that she was pregnant for the third time. Their daughter, Saylor James was born in November.
Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler as seen in March 2018
Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler as seen in March 2018 (Kristin Cavallari / Instagram)

Race / Ethnicity

White

Hair Color

Light Brown

Eye Color

Blue

Sexual Orientation

Straight

Distinctive Features

  • Blue eyes
  • Tall and muscular body

Measurements

His body specifications may be –

  • Chest – 44.5 in or 113 cm
  • Arms / Biceps – 16 in or 41 cm
  • Waist – 34 in or 86 cm
Jay Cutler before a match between Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions in December 2014
Jay Cutler before a match between Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions in December 2014

Shoe Size

Unknown

Brand Endorsements

Jay Cutler has appeared in the TV commercials for the NFL apparel, McDonald’s, State Farm, etc.

Religion

His religious views aren’t known.

Best Known For

Playing as a quarterback for the NFL team Chicago Bears.

First NFL Match

Jay Cutler made his professional NFL debut in 2006 season.

First Film

Jay Cutler hasn’t made an appearance in a theatrical film till date.

First TV Show

In 2006, Jay was first seen in an episode of the talk show Rome Is Burning as himself.

Personal Trainer

After being diagnosed with diabetes in 2008, Jay Cutler made several changes to his diet to ensure that it wouldn’t have any adverse effect on his professional career. His condition was generally more challenging during late kickoffs when he had to have breakfast, lunch and pregame meal in comparison to noon game when he just had a light breakfast and some fruits.

To keep control over his insulin levels, he has cut out carbs and sweets from his diet. He tries to eat a lot of proteins and some fruits. Also, the focus is on eating more organic and natural food items.

Jay Cutler Favorite Things

  • NFL Team – Chicago Bears
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Jay Cutler in an NFL match between Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions in October 2015
Jay Cutler in an NFL match between Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions in October 2015

Jay Cutler Facts

  1. In 2007, he established The Jay Cutler Foundation, which is a nonprofit organization that works to improve the quality of life of the underprivileged children. They also support those who are suffering from diabetes.
  2. When he was turning out for Denver Broncos, he collaborated to give away some football memorabilia to young children.
  3. While studying at the Vanderbilt University, he was involved in the Best Buddies program, which essentially is a volunteer program that aims to help youngsters with development related disabilities.
  4. Along with football, he also excelled in basketball in high school. In fact, he was in the first team selection for the all-state team.
  5. Jay Cutler was an all-around athlete in his high school days and along with accolades in football and basketball, he also got an honorable mention in the all-stars in baseball as a shortstop.
  6. At the Vanderbilt University, he created the history by becoming the first player to have passed 300 yards in 4 consecutive performances.
  7. While playing at Vanderbilt University, he became the first player to throw 59 touchdown passes to complete 710 passes and to throw more than 8,600 passing yards.
  8. Jay is the first player in the franchise history of Chicago Bears to have completed more than 2000 passes in his time with the NFL team.
  9. Jay Cutler holds the distinction of being the first Chicago Bears player to have passed more than 300 yards in 16 games during his time with the club.
  10. He is a keen supporter of Dedicated to Diabetes organization, which aims to improve public knowledge and awareness about diabetes.
  11. In 2009, he collaborated with Eli Lilly and Company (global pharmaceutical company) to launch Touchdowns for Diabetes campaign.
  12. As part of the Touchdowns for Diabetes campaign, Eli Lily and Company sponsored a child’s expenses for one week at diabetes camp for every touchdown pass Cutler threw for that season.
  13. He isn’t on social media.

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