Cardinals kicker Jay Feely is staying in Arizona. Feely took to Twitter on Monday to announce that he's re-signed with the Cardinals. The 37-year-old has been with the team since 2010.

Feely was set to become a free agent on Tuesday, but he avoided that by signing his new deal. The new contract is for one-year, according to the Arizona Republic.

The Cardinals kicker had said last week that he wanted to stay in Arizona, "I'm hopeful to be back with Arizona," Feely told KMVP-FM in Arizona on March 6. "We've talked this week and hopefully we'll get something done before free agency starts."

It was no lock that Feely would return to Arizona. The veteran kicker missed missed two very makeable field goals (37, 43) in a 23-20 loss to the 49ers in Arizona's regular-season finale.

Arizona coach Bruce Arians was non-committal when asked about Feely's future in January, "Jay is an unrestricted free agent, so it will be all business from here on out."