Kelvin Beachum is a professional football player by occupation, but making a positive impact is his passion and purpose.

Signed a one-year contract with Jacksonville as an unrestricted free agent on 3/16/16. In his stead, Chuma Edoga is the likeliest candidate to start at left tackle.Beachum will miss his second consecutive contest, and Chuma Edoga is expected to start at left tackle in his place.

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Beachum's contract contains $12 million in guaranteed salary. Now that he's officially active, he's expected to assume his usual role as the team's starting left tackle.Beachum has been listed as questionable in numerous weeks before this, but he hasn't missed a game in over a month.

In case you missed it, the Cardinals are supposedly signing eight year veteran offensive tackle Kelvin Beachum.. Beachum, who is a clear left tackle, … Beachum just signed a one-year deal with the… The Beachum sustained the ankle injury last Sunday against the Cowboys and didn't practice this week, but he apparently still has an outside chance to face the Patriots. Has started at left tackle in all The CBS Sports is a registered trademark of CBS Broadcasting Inc.

If Beachum doesn't progress enough during the practice week, however, Conor McDermott may be deployed to protect Sam Darnold's blindside.Beachum was unable to log any practice time this week, but as evidenced by this news, it didn't stop him from game action.

It is highly recommended that you use the latest versions of a supported browser in order to receive an optimal viewing experience. OL Kelvin Beachum gets veteran minimum salary in 2020 . The guarantee consists of a $4.5 million signing bonus, his 2017 base salary and $4 million of his 2018 salary. The Arizona Cardinals have agreed to terms with veteran left tackle Kelvin Beachum on a year-year deal, according to Jess Root of Cards Wire.. Beachum (6 … On game day he battles in the trenches along the offensive line. © 2020 ARIZONA CARDINALS. After three seasons in New York, signed a one-year contract with Arizona on 7/17/20.Started all 52 games at left tackle in four seasons at SMU and earned first-team Conference USA honors following his junior campaign … as a senior in 2011, was selected to the Lombardi Award and Outland Award watch lists and was named to the Conference USA All-Academic Team … served as a student representative to the SMU Board of Trustees...was on SMU President R. Gerald Turner's Commission on Substance Abuse, the Student Affairs Leadership Council, the SMU Athletic Council and the Apple Committee (a drug awareness group for student-athletes) ... presented the Commencement address to fellow 2012 graduates of Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development ... started all 12 games during his senior season, blocking for an offense that ranked third in the league in passing ... served as SMU's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) President … as a junior in 2010, started all 14 games and was named first-team Conference USA after blocking for an offense that totaled a school-record 3,861 passing yards and added 1,943 yards on the ground … as a sophomore in 2009, started all 13 games and blocked for an SMU offense that passed for a then school-record 3,666 yards, scored a school-record 380 points and rolled up a school-record 5,093 yards of total offense ... one of 12 student-athletes to receive the fall C-USA Spirit of Service Award ... named to Dave Campbell's Texas Football's All-Texas Team … as a freshman in 2008, started all 12 games at left tackle and blocked for an offense that threw for a school record-tying 29 TDs and ranked 17th in the nation in passing offense … redshirted in 2007.Attended Mexia (TX) High School, where he was named first-team All-District 19-3A as a senior and second-team all-district as a junior ... also a Super Cen-Tex player and All-Academic pick ... allowed only one sack in 2006 as a senior in 2016 ... also starred on the basketball team, where he averaged a double-double in his hoops career ... earned undergraduate degree in Economics and master's of Liberal Studies … in February 2016, Beachum visited Honduras with partner organization, World Vision; in 2015, World Vision pioneered the Entrepreneurship and Employment with Technology program which gives children a boost with technology skills and new ways of thinking, using STEM education to ensure vulnerable children in the capital city of Tegucigalpa, Honduras are equipped with the skills that will unlock their future ... sponsored a mobile teacher resource center (TRC), which allowed 75 teachers to "shop" for school supplies and resources for their classrooms at no cost for them as part of World Vision's TRC program to provide new school supplies, backpacks, clothing, and other classroom resources to students in schools across the United States with 70% or higher poverty rates … continues to work in communities around the nation, such as Dallas, Austin, Mexia, Houston, Pittsburgh, Jacksonville and New York to bring awareness to the issues of hunger and malnutrition; has worked with food banks in each community, volunteering monthly at the Food Bank for New York City packaging food, organizing boxes, and serving food to the elderly … in each of the last five years, has hosted the Kelvin Beachum Community Football Camp in his hometown of Mexia; the camp, which is free to all, strives to elevate football players of all levels to reach their highest potential both on and off the field.Cardinals have several options at the position if neededVeteran has started 99 NFL games, including 13 with Jets in 2019

Should the Gase noted that Beachum's current ankle issue is different from the one that cause him to miss three games prior to Week 11. He should draw the start at left tackle for the Beachum was carrying the questionable tag last week and wound up playing, so conventional wisdom suggests the 30-year-old tackle will be on the field Thursday night against the Ravens.