Raiders parting ways with Janikowski after 18-year run

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Oakland selected Janikowski out of Florida State with the 17th overall pick in the 2000 NFL Draft.

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Veteran place kicker Sebastian Janikowski, who has played more games than any player in franchise history, won't return to the Raiders in 2018, according to an ESPN report. Only one other player who is still in the league has been with one team as long as Janikowski. He made $3 million in salary in 2017, taking a $1 million pay cut late in the preseason before being injured. Only a few days later he was placed on injured reserve. Many 20-something NFL-watchers literally can not remember a league that did not feature Janikowski kicking for Oakland. He also is tied with a few other National Football League players for the second longest field goal ever made at 63 yards.

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With Janikowski gone, Oakland will likely turn over kicking responsibilities to Giorgio Tavecchio, who made 16 of 21 field goals past year after Janikowski was placed on injured reserve shortly before the season. His 414 made field goals ranks No. 10 on the all-time list, and he ranks 44th all time on the career field-goal percentage list.

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