Jay Cutler

Jay Christopher Cutler, professionally known as Jay Cutler is a retired American football quarterback.

Jay Christopher Cutler, professionally known as Jay Cutler is a retired American football quarterback. He spent 12 seasons in National Football League playing for Denver Broncos, Chicago Bears, and Miami Dolphins. The Broncos selected him with the 11th overall pick in the first round of the 2006 NFL draft. He posted 4,920 passing attempts, 2,048 passing completions, 62.0 percentage, 35,133 passing yards, 227-160 TD-INT, and 85.3 passer ratings.

He was employed as a sportscaster for the NFL’s television broadcasts on Fox. He was a Vanderbilt University football player.

What Is Jay Cutler’s Notoriety?

– Super Bowl (2008)

– Southeastern Conference Offensive Player of the Year (2005)

Jay Cutler was born in which state?

On 29 April 1983, Jay Cutler was born. Jay Christopher Cutler is his given name. His birthplace was in the United States of America, in Santa Claus, Indiana. He is an American citizen.

He attended Lincoln City’s Heritage Hills High School. He attended high school football there and was selected to the Associated Press’s first-team All-State team as a sophomore. He was also a first-team all-state basketball pick and earned honorable mention all-state honors as a baseball shortstop.

Career in College

He received a bachelor’s degree from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. He started every game he played for the Vanderbilt Commodores football team throughout his career. He did not miss a single game during his college career due to injury.

In 2002, he set school records for touchdowns and rushing yards for a freshman and rushed for more yards than any other quarterback in the Southeastern Conference.

The Associated Press named him to its first-team freshman All-SEC team.

He played 11 games as a senior and completed 273 of 42 passes for 3,073 yards, 21 touchdowns, and nine interceptions.

He became the Commodores’ first offensive player to receive the SEC Offensive Player of the Year award since 1967. Additionally, he became the second Commodore quarterback to pass for over 3,000 yards in a season.

He was a three-year captain and four-year starter who built school records for total offense (9,953 yards), touchdown passes (59), passing yards (8,697), completions (710), pass attempts (1,242), and combined touchdowns (76).

He received a bachelor’s degree in human and organizational growth from Vanderbilt in 2005.

Awards and distinctions

Third-team freshman All-American by The Sporting News (2002)

Associated Press All-Freshman Team SEC-wide (2002)

All-SEC first team (2005)

Southeastern Conference Offensive Player of the Year (2005)

Finalist for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award (2005)

Finalist for the Maxwell Award (2005)

Finalist for the Davey O’Brien Award (2005)

Finalist for the Manning Award (2005)

Finalist for the Sammy Baugh Trophy (2005)


Vanderbilt University academic documents include the following:

9,953 total offenses

Total touchdowns: 76

Career Prospects

He was named third-best quarterback prospect in the 2006 NFL Draft by experts. He was drafted by the Denver Broncos with the 11th overall selection in the 2006 NBA draft.

He spent three seasons with the Denver Broncos before joining the Chicago Bears in 2009.

He spent eight seasons with the Bears.

After being released by Chicago in 2017, he resigned to work as a sportscaster for NFL broadcasts on Fox.

He returned to the Miami Dolphins for one more season after quarterback Ryan Tannehill sustained a season-ending injury.

Throughout his NFL career, he amassed total offenses of 36,808 yards, 227 touchdown passes, 35,133 passing yards, 3,048 pass completions, 4,920 pass attempts, and combined touchdowns (236).

He declared his retirement for the second time after the 2017 season.

He was employed as a sportscaster for the NFL’s television broadcasts on Fox.

Awards and distinctions

Pro Bowl (2008)

AFC passing yards leader (2008)

AFC Offensive Player of the Month (September 2008)

AFC Offensive Player of the Week – Week 10 (2008)

NFC Offensive Player of the Week – Week 16 (2009)

FedEx Air Player of the Week – Week 16 (2009)

Chicago Bears franchise records

As of 2017’s NFL off-season, Jay Cutler held at least 14 Bears franchise records, including:

Completions: career (2,020), season (370 in 2014)

Pass Attempts: career (3,271), season (561 in 2014)

Passing Yards: career (23,443)

Passing TDs: career (154), playoff game (2 on 2011-01-16 SEA; with 3 others)

Passer Rating (Minimum 10 starts): career (85.2)

Sacked: career (251), season (52 in 2010), game (9 on 2010-10-03 @NYG; with 2 others)

Pass Yds/Game: career (229.8)

300+ yard passing games: career (16), season (4 in 2014; with Brian Hoyer)

Other franchise records (As of 2017)

Highest Completion Percentage in a Single Season: 66.0% (2014) (15 starts)

Highest Career Completion Percentage: 61.8% (2009–2016)

Most 4th Quarter Comeback Wins in a Single Season: 4 (2010 and 2015)

Most Career 4th Quarter Comeback Wins: 16 (2009–2016)

Most Game-Winning Drives in a Single Season: 4 (2009 and 2010 and 2015) (tied with Bill Wade and Bob Avellini)

Most Career Game-Winning Drives: 18 (2009–2016)

Most Wins: 51 (2009–2016)

Denver Broncos franchise records

Highest rookie season passer rating: 88.5 in 2006 (As of 2017)

Who is Jay Cutler Married to?

Jay Cutler a married man. He is married to television star Kristin Cavallari. They started dating in Fall 2010. The couple got engaged in April 2011. However, they called off their engagement in July 2011 but reconciled later in November 2011.

They tied a knot to each other on 7 June 2013 in Nashville, Tennessee. The couple has 3 children together, 2 sons, Camden Jack, and Jaxon Wyatt, and a daughter, Saylor James.

What are Jay Cutler Body Measurements?

Jay Culter stands at a height of 1.91 m i.e. 6 feet and 3 inches tall. He has a bodyweight of 231 lbs i.e. 105 kg. He has an athletic body build.

What is Jay Cutler Net Worth?

Jay Cutler is a former quarterback. He was one of the successful quarterbacks in the NFL. Until his retirement, he earned playing professional football in NFL. Upon retirement, he became a sportscaster for NFL on Fox’s television broadcasts. His net worth is under evaluation.

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