|Date of birth:||January 8, 1976|
|Place of birth:||Boca Raton, FL USA|
|British Columbia Lions|
|Career highlights and awards|
|Awards:||2003 CFL Rookie of the Year|
Cutolo played his college football at Eastern Illinois from 1998 to 2001. As a receiver he caught 119 passes for 2182 yards. He was a second team Ohio Valley Conference all-star in 2001, partly on the strength of his record setting performance against Tennessee State, when he set a team record for receiving yards in a game (239) on October 27, 2001.
He became a professional with the British Columbia Lions in 2003, and his 64 pass receptions, 908 yards, 93 punt and kick off returns and 9 touchdowns were good for the CFL's Most Outstanding Rookie Award. His performance dropped off in 2004 (47 receptions for 786 yards, with 9 TDs) and he was eventually cut from the team. The Lions' coach, Wally Buono, chalked it up to burnout: "“He was a young guy, not big, a rookie that we beat to death ... Sometimes you don’t do things as smart as you should.” He played one final year with the Ottawa Renegades where he caught 21 passes for 222 yards and one TD.