Career Highlights: A 17-year NFL veteran, Robbie Gould played the past five seasons with the San Francisco 49ers after spending the first 11 years as the Chicago Bears record-setting placekicker (also spent one season with 2016 New York Giants). As a 49er, Gould has made 134-of-152 field gold attempts (88.2%), and kicked the game-winning 45-yard field goal to upset top-seeded Green Bay and advance to the NFC Championship Game this past season. 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. 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). Selected to the Pro Bowl after leading all kickers with 143 points during the 2006 season, he also was named All-Pro (AP, USA Today, The Sporting News and ESPN.com) and named All-NFL and All-NFC by Pro Football Weekly.