K Janikowski finished with Raiders

Oakland CA USA Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski kicks the game-winning field goal out of the hold by punter Marquette King during the fourth quarter against the Carolina Panthers at Oakland Coliseum. The Raiders

K Janikowski finished with Raiders

Janikowski, the Raiders' all-time leading scorer, was on injured reserve last season because of a back injury.

The 40-year-old New England Patriots quarterback, as we all know, was taken with the 199th pick in the 2000 NFL Draft.

Kicker Sebastian Janikowski was told on Wednesday that the Oakland Raiders will not bring him back for a 19th season, ESPN reported.

After nearly two decades with the Oakland Raiders, veteran kicker Sebastian Janikowski will be looking for work in the NFL.

Over the course of his career, Janikowski hit on 80.4 percent of his attempts and had a career long of 63 yards.

Many 20-something NFL-watchers literally can not remember a league that did not feature Janikowski kicking for Oakland.

Last season, Janikowski agreed to take a million-dollar pay cut and then dealt with a back issue which cost him the entire season. However, both Lechler and Janikowski soon will be free agents, so it's possible neither play next season - meaning Brady would be the only active member of the 2000 class.

Known for his big leg, Janikowski banged in 55 field goals from 50 yards or longer during his time in Oakland.

He also holds numerous National Football League records including longest field goal in overtime (57 yards), most field goals in one quarter (4), most field goals beyond 50 (55) and 60 (2) yards and most extra points in a Pro Bowl (8).

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