The 11th overall pick of the 2006 NFL Draft, Jay Cutler is a retired quarterback who represented the Denver Broncos, Chicago Bears, and Miami Dolphins during his 12-year NFL career. The closest Cutler came to a championship was during the 2010-11 season when the Bears reached the NFC Championship Game only to lose to the Green Bay Packers 21-14.
Despite having had a not so illustrious career, Jay Cutler was a party to rather rewarding contracts during his active years which sees his current net worth being valued at $60 million.
Cutler currently appears on the reality TV show Very Cavallari which showcases the daily ordeals of his wife Kristin Cavallari. The two have 3 kids together - 2 boys and a girl.
Jay Cutler Salary
Throughout his 12-year career as a professional NFL player, Jay Cutler has earned over $122 million in salary earnings. His biggest paycheck came in 2015 when Cutler bagged $20,506,780 including a base salary of $15.5 million, a restructure bonus of $5 million and incentives worth $6,780.
The last contract that Cutler signed was a one-year $10 million deal with the Miami Dolphins in 2016 when he came out of retirement to play one final season.
Jay Cutler Endorsements
It's not uncommon to see modern age NFL players' faces plastered across hoardings and billboards promoting a certain product or brand. That has never been the case for Cutler who has taken on exactly zero endorsement deals in his career.
Back in 2011, when the Chicago Bears looked like legit contenders, Cutler reiterated the fact that all he cared about was a Super Bowl win first and then only would he think about endorsements. Well, Cutler never managed to win the Vince Lombardi Trophy, which is perhaps why he never promoted a brand either.
Jay Cutler Charity Work
Through the Jay Cutler Foundation, which he founded in 2007, Cutler is focusing on at-risk youth to help them graduate from high school. Given his personal struggle with diabetes, it is only fitting that Cutler works to spread awareness about diabetes by working with Dedicated to Diabetes, a Denver-based organization.
Just like Tom Brady, Cutler also does volunteer work for Best Buddies International, an organization working towards the betterment of individuals with developmental disabilities.
|Source of wealth||Professional NFL player (retired), reality TV star|
|Cumulative salary earnings||$122.2 million over 12 seasons|
|Marital status||Married to Kristin Cavallari|
|Charities supported||Jay Cutler Foundation, Dedicated to Diabetes, Best Buddies International|
Updated on 21 February 2019