Jay Cutler Hosts Youth Football Camp Near Alma Mater
Recently, Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler revisited his college town to give back to the community. The former Vanderbilt University quarterback visited the Nashville area at the end of July 2015 to conduct a football camp for local youth and garner support for his nonprofit foundation. Established by Cutler in 2009 after learning that he had type 1 diabetes, the Jay Cutler Foundation supports and empowers children with diabetes and works to raise awareness of the disease. The foundation provides enriching opportunities such as summer camps for youth with type 1 diabetes and helps children overcome the disease’s challenges to achieve their dreams. At the same time, it works to expand access to childhood diabetes screening. 

Jay Cutler hosted 55 kids aged 7-15 in Henderson, Tennessee, just outside Nashville. Participants honed their football skills with the NFL star on the field of Pope John Paul II High School, where Cutler’s former Vanderbilt teammate Justin Geisinger serves as head coach of the varsity football team.
Jay Cutler Hosts Youth Football Camp Near Alma Mater
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Jay Cutler Hosts Youth Football Camp Near Alma Mater

Recently, Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler revisited his college town to give back to the community.
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