Here is a complete breakdown of the contract the Jets gave to left tackle Kelvin Beachum. Presumably he will replace Ryan Clady in the same spot with the Jets. But prior to the start of free agency, Jacksonville declined his option, making him a free agent and freeing him up to be signed by NY.
The Jets also re-signed longer snapper Tanner Purdum, who has spent the last seven seasons in NY. Catanzaro, who signed with the Cardinals as an undrafted free agent out of Clemson in 2014, was one of the better kickers in the National Football League his first two seasons.
Beachum started 15 games last season with Jacksonville after signing as a free agent. In 2015, he was 28-for-31 on field goals, tying the Cardinals' franchise record with 53 extra points.
The Jets finally started making some notable moves on Friday. He spent his first four seasons with Pittsburgh.
Beachum was signed by the Jaguars late last offseason to a unique five-year deal that was actually a series of one-year deals with team options. After releasing a number of players over the past few weeks, the Jets made a key addition to a weak point on their squad.
Cantazaro, 26, originally signed with Arizona as an undrafted free agent in 2014.
The Jets were also on the market for a kicker after cutting Nick Folk last month, and Catanzaro could be the answer.