Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski has done a lot of changing during his 15-year NFL career.

He's gone from being the brash, hard-living, party-chasing kid out of Florida State who made headlines for all the wrong reasons to a much calmer father of two who prefers quiet times with his children over the social scene.

"It doesn't seem like it's been that long," Janikowski said. "It feels like I just got drafted, for real. Fifteen years and still going strong."

What hasn't changed is Janikowski's powerful left leg.

The 36-year-old remains one of the strongest kickers in the league and is closing in on the NFL record for the most made field goals of 50 yards or longer in a career.

To get it, Janikowski will have to bounce back from a rough 2013 and foster a better relationship with second-year holder Marquette King.

The duo struggled to find any sort of rhythm together after Janikowski's holder the previous 14 seasons, Shane Lechler, signed with Houston as a free agent.