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Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski won't return after 18-year run with team

The Oakland Raiders have decided not to bring back kicker Sebastian Janikowski for a 19th season.

Janikowski missed the entire 2017 season due to a back injury.

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In an odd coincidence, Janikowski seems to have been driven off by the newly rehired Jon Gruden, the very same coach who drafted him back in 2000, during Gruden's first run on the Raiders sideline. That means Janikowski, the longest tenured player in franchise history, will either switch teams for the first time since being drafted in the first round in 2000 or call it quits. The other is New England quarterback Tom Brady, who just played in his eighth Super Bowl.

An Oakland Raider mainstay for nearly two decades is a Raider no more.

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The left-footed Janikowski has 1,799 points, including 414 field goals, both ranking 10th in National Football League history. Denver's Matt Prater broke that record with a 64-yarder in 2013. Janikowski spent the season on injured reserve. Many teams went through multiple kickers during last season. His impending departure from Oakland isn't a shock, as he was set for unrestricted free agency anyway and the Raiders found a viable replacement last season in Giorgio Tavecchio. The man also known as Seabass built up his reputation over the years by being a threat to kick field goals from 50 yards or more.

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