Raiders inform Sebastian Janikowski he won't be brought back

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He would have preferred to remain with the Raiders, reuniting with coach Jon Gruden - who drafted him 17th overall in 2000 out of Florida State.

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Many 20-something NFL-watchers literally can not remember a league that did not feature Janikowski kicking for Oakland. Denver's Matt Prater broke that record with a 64-yarder in 2013.

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He owns the National Football League record for field goals made of 50 or more yards with 55. 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. Many teams went through multiple kickers during last season.

Last season, Janikowski agreed to take a million-dollar pay cut and then dealt with a back issue which cost him the entire season.

Giorgio Tavecchio, who took over kicking duties, converted 16 of 21 field-goal attempts and 33 of 34 extra-point tries. But he ended up on injured reserve in September with a back injury. The Raiders can tender Tavecchio, who is an exclusive-rights free agent, a contract offer when free agency begins March 14.