Since signing with the Bucs this offseason, Catanzaro has been scattershot, making just 11 of 15 field-goal attempts (73.3 percent; 31st in the NFL) and botching four extra points. He went 1 of 4 on attempts over 40 yards -- the lone make a 59-yarder to beat the Browns in overtime.
Tampa inked the 27-year-old Clemson product this offseason to a three-year deal worth $9.75 million, with $3.75 million guaranteed. He lasted nine games.
Cutting Catanzaro is the latest move of a desperate team that seems to have zero answers under head coach Dirk Koetter.