Well this sucks:
By Gary Peterson
Contra Costa Times
WALNUT CREEK -- Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski, who has lived a quiet off-field life the past seven years after a half-decade of routinely showing up on police blotters, has been charged with misdemeanor battery and false imprisonment against a woman in an incident alleged to have occurred last year, according to Contra Costa Superior Court documents.
Circumstances are unclear. The alleged victim, Syrena Nicholson, did not return messages left on her phone. The Raiders released a statement from chief executive Amy Trask that said "This incident occurred over a year ago, Sebastian was not arrested, we were aware of this matter and this is not news."
What is known comes from court documents in which Nicholson, 36, alleges Janikowski "did unlawfully violate (her) personal liberty" and "did willfully and unlawfully use force and violence upon (her) person" in Walnut Creek on Sept. 24, 2010 -- one day before Janikowski and the Raiders flew to Arizona for a game against the Cardinals. No arrest was made at the time; Nicholson, a Berkeley woman, filed her complaint after the fact.
Interesting that it was supposedly the day before the team left for the Arizona game where he missed the winning FG.