Raiders Moving on From Sebastian Janikowski After 18 Years

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The Oakland Raiders are parting ways with their first-round pick... from 17 years ago. But, it looks like the Raiders have chose to move on in 2018.

After missing all of last season with an injured back, kicker Sebastian Janikowski's time with the Oakland Raiders has come to an end after 18 seasons. Janikowski can still kick, but he's turning 40 and needs to prove he can stay healthy. The longtime kicker was ultimately replaced by Giorgio Tavecchio who played well in the absence of the 39-year-old.

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One of the most controversial draft picks of late owner Al Davis, Janikowski was the No. 17 overall selection after being a two-time Lou Groza award victor at Florida State as the best kicker in college football.

The left-footed kicker known as "Seabass" is the franchise's career leader in points (1,799) and games played (268). He ended up being placed on injured reserve with a back injury. He also is tied with a few other National Football League players for the second longest field goal ever made at 63 yards. He ranks 10th overall in field goals made and 12th in attempts.

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