For the sixth year in a row, the Bucs now look to have a different kicker than they did the year before.
Catanzaro had a bounce-back season, converting all 29 of his point-after attempts and making 83.3 percent of his field-goal tries. He's an 84 percent field-goal kicker in his four seasons in the National Football League, with a 60-yarder in 2016 and a 57-yarder last season.
Catanzaro follows in the footsteps of another former Jets kicker, Nick Folk.
One area where he should help the Bucs is on kickoffs - with Murray, Tampa Bay ranked last in the National Football League with just 35 percent of their kickoffs going for touchbacks; the Jets, with Canizaro, ranked 10th, with 62 percent going for touchbacks.
In 2016 with Arizona, Catanzaro made only 75 percent of his field-goal tries and had a meltdown in a Week 7 tie with Seattle, in which he missed a 24-yarder in overtime. It was a one-year deal for $420,000.
Catanzaro is the all-time leading scorer at Clemson with 404 points.