A 16-year NFL veteran, Robbie Gould played the past four seasons with the San Francisco 49ers after spending the first 11 years as the Chicago Bears record-setting placekicker. Since joining the 49ers, Gould has made 114 of 129 field gold attempts, an 88.4 percent conversion rate. Gould spent the 2016 season with the New York Giants. The most accurate kicker in Bears history, Gould made a record 276-of-323 (85.4%) field goals, and also holds franchise records in career scoring, field goals made in a season, and field goals of at least 50 yards. Named the 2016 Ed Block Courage honoree, Gould led the Bears in scoring in 10 of his 11 seasons, and had a franchise record 10 seasons with 20+ field goals in a season. Gould only missed four points after touchdown in his Bears career (379-of-383). The first placekicker in Bears history selected to the Pro Bowl after leading all kickers with 143 points during the 2006 season, for his effort he was named All-Pro (AP, USA Today, The Sporting News and ESPN.com) and named All-NFL and All-NFC by Pro Football Weekly.