Jay Cutler’s highly-anticipated new venture into podcasts is finally here. And the former NFL quarterback talks both his time on Twitter and Tom Brady in the first look.
Cutler shared a clip from the premiere of his podcast “Uncut” with his social media followers. On his Instagram story, Cutler discussed having a big presence on Twitter. Having so many followers and being a public figure sounds like more work than many realize. But Cutler laughs it off saying he has a “full-time job” now.
“Twitter, also I’m on Twitter now, it’s a full-time job keeping up with Twitter,” he says.
Cutler also discussed another NFL quarterback – legend Tom Brady. But Cutler wasn’t debating Brady’s prowess on the field. Instead, he spoke on Brady’s comedy skills. Guests Tom Waddle and Marc Silverman joined Cutler on the podcast. Silverman said Brady wasn’t as funny as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers star thought he was. Cutler had to agree that he was no comedian.
“Like you said, Tom is funny but not that funny. Someone is writing his jokes,” Cutler said. Taking to Instagram, the former quarterback also shared the news of his podcast’s debut. But in a bit of self-deprecating humor, Cutler admitted he’s not the best with technology and had to repost it.
On Instagram, he wrote: “Podcast is out. Had to repost because I’m not great at Instagram and it wasn’t framed correctly. Anyway. Thanks @tomieboy87 and @marcasilverman You guys were great. Send me thoughts and questions on this and Twitter. @natebargatze next week.”
Jay Cutler on His New Podcast ‘Uncut’
In the days leading up to its debut, Cutler revealed to his followers he was starting a new podcast. “Uncut” is Cutler’s first foray into the medium. But, he’s already off to a great start. In the initial announcement, Cutler said he was excited to interview people from all walks of life.
He wrote, “New podcast starting up. Check it out wherever you listen and watch your podcast. I’m going to be talking to a lot of different people from all walks of life. Let me know your thoughts or who I should have on the show.”
Cutler also revealed he wouldn’t just be talking about sports. In fact, very few topics seem to be off-limits for the former quarterback. He said he wanted to reach new audiences and showcase new sides to himself.
“I’m looking forward to talking with different guests from the worlds of sports, food, entertainment, politics and beyond and to have the chance to learn and to share opinions on a variety of issues and topics weekly reaching new audiences and reconnecting with those who have followed and supported me throughout my playing days and to be able to show other aspects of myself and interests in a fun and informative way,” Cutler said, as per The Hollywood Reporter.