Found December 11, 2012 on The Sports Bank:
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An apparent calf injury will sideline Robbie Gould for the remaining 3 weeks of the regular season, and possibly into the playoffs. The Chicago Bears will be without former Pro Bowl kicker Robbie Gould for at least the remainder of the regular season. Gould would also likely miss the playoffs should the Bears make an appearance. After pulling up lame with an apparent calf injury in pre-game warmups before Sunday’s loss to the Minnesota Vikings, Gould was replaced by punter Adam Podlesh on kickoff duties. Gould still managed to connect on both point-after attempts in the Bears 21-14 loss. Gould, 30, hasn’t missed a game since Week 5 in 2005, which was his rookie campaign. He is currently in year 4 of a 5 year contract extension reportedly worth $15.5 million that he signed back in 2008. That contract made him the highest paid kicker in the NFL. Gould followed up his pay day by becoming one of the most accurate kickers in NFL history, connecting on nearly 86% of all field goal attemp...
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