Raiders Moving on From Sebastian Janikowski After 18 Years


Tavecchio, who made $465,000 on a one-year deal, is an exclusive rights free agent who can be retained if the Raiders make a qualifying offer.

The Raiders told Sebastian Janikowski they do not intend to bring him back next season, ESPN reported Wednesday, parting ways with their longest-tenured player after 18 years. Many 20-something NFL-watchers literally can not remember a league that did not feature Janikowski kicking for Oakland.

Janikowski, who turns 40 on March 2, was selected by the Raiders with the 17th overall pick in the first round of the 2000 NFL Draft out of Florida State.

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Janikowski will probably find a team in need of his services.

Janikowski just completed the final season of a four-year, $15.1 million contract.

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A first-round draft pick in 2000, Janikowski played in a franchise record 268 games (passing Tim Brown's 240) and holds the National Football League record with 55 field goals of 50 or more yards.

"His powerful left leg produced an NFL-record 55 field goals of 50-of-more yards". Only Adam Vinatieri and Phil Dawson have made more field goals since 2000.

The move is not surprising considering Janikowski sat out the entire 2017 season with a back injury. Janikowski spent the season on injured reserve.

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Giorgio Tavecchio, 27, replaced Janikowski this past season and made 16 of 21 field-goal attempts, including a long of 53 yards.