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Is Jay Cutler Jewish?

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Current Chicago Bears quarterback, Jay Cutler, is not Jewish. Cutler, a Vanderbilt University graduate, is married to Kristen Cavallari, who formerly starred on MTV's reality show "The Hills." In 2013, the couple exchanged wedding vows at the Woodmont Christian Church in Nashville, Tenn.

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Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman is Jewish; and, he is the only current Jewish NFL coach, as of 2014. Current NFL players who are Jewish include safety Taylor Mays, punter Adam Podlesh and offensive lineman Gabe Carimi. Former Jewish players and coaches in the NFL include quarterback Jay Fiedler, head coach Marv Levy and defensive lineman Lyle Alzado.

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