Sebastian Janikowski reportedly won't be brought back by Raiders
The Oakland Raiders told free agent kicker Sebastian Janikowski that they won't bring him back next season, reports ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Janikowski missed last season for the first time in his career since being drafted by the Raiders in the first round back in 2000. They will move forward with Giorgio Tavecchio. Despite turning 40 next month, Janikowski will likely get a chance with another team if he wants to continue playing.
In 2016, Janikowski made 29-of-35 field goals (82.9 percent) and 37-of-39 extra points (94.9 percent).
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