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After watching Robbie Gould strain his left calf, the Chicago Bears will bring in a trio of kickers for a tryout, just in case Gould is unable to kick when the Bears battle the Green Bay Packers in a battle that could very well determine the NFC North.
According to Gould, he is fine. In fact, according to CSN Chicago, he is more than fine. He is confident.
“I’m good. Everything’s great,” Gould said at a charity event Monday night, according to CSN Chicago. “Just gotta rehab a little bit, get ready for practice this week and get ready to beat Green Bay.”
The Bears are obviously hoping that Gould will be fine and able to handle his normal kicking duties on Sunday against the Packers, as he has been one of the more reliable kickers in the league over the past seasons. But they also know how important that each game is going forward, especially following the surprising loss on the road against the Minnesota Vikings last Sunday.
Chicago cannot afford to go into a game, especially one as ...
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The Chicago Bears were forced to place K Robbie Gould on season-ending IR after he suffered a calf injury during warmups on Sunday. The team signed K Olindo Mare to take his place after they held a tryout on Tuesday that also involved Neil Rackers and Billy Cundiff.
Gould is still under contract for another season, and given that the injury isn’t any things major, he figures...
Chicago Bears kicker Robbie Gould will miss the rest of the season with a strained his left calf. The team placed Gould on injured reserve Tuesday and signed veteran kicker Olindo Mare to a one-year deal. They also placed cornerback Sherrick McManis (knee) and safety Craig Steltz (chest) on IR while signing linebacker Jerry Franklin for two years. Gould strained his left calf...
Fantasy Football News - After week 14′s game, Chicago Bears kicker Robbie Gould said he was just fine and would be good to go in week 15. Apparently the Bears felt otherwise and sent Gould to the injured reserve and promptly signed former long-time Dolphin, Olindo Mare.
FFLockerRoom Take - The Bears kickers have always done relatively well for fantasy but I wouldn’t trust Olindo...
Chicago Bears kicker Robbie Gould has a strained left calf, putting his participation for the game at Minnesota in question.
Gould was announced as questionable to play on Sunday after getting hurt during warm-ups. He was kicking mid-range field goals shortly before the game started without trouble, but punter Adam Podlesh handled the opening kickoff.
Later in the first quarter...
Here's an early injury report from the Metrodome: Chicago Bears place-kicker Robbie Gould suffered a calf injury during pregame warm-ups.
As a result, punter Adam Podlesh took the opening kickoff. His kick hit at the Vikings' 2-yard line and bounced into the end zone for a touchback.
Gould was able to convert most of his warm-up kicks after the injury but clearly wasn...
The Chicago Bears have placed kicker Robbie Gould on injured reserve, ending his season. Gould pulled his hamstring during warmups on Sunday. He made two point after attempts in Sunday’s loss to Minnesota.
Gould will finish the season 21-of-25 with two of them being from 50-plus. His contract for next season is worth $2.325 million. Before his injury, Gould had recorded 38 touchbacks...
Chicago Bears kicker Robbie Gould will miss the remainder of the season after injuring his left calf.
The Bears placed Gould on injured-reserve on Tuesday and signed veteran kicker Olindo Mare to a one-year contract. They also placed cornerback Sherrick McManis (knee) and safety Craig Steltz (chest) on IR while signing linebacker Jerry Franklin to a two-year deal, elevating receiver...
The Chicago Bears lost place kicker Robbie Gould for the season when he was placed on the injured reserve list Tuesday. Gould injured his calf during pre-game warm-ups for Sunday’s game with Minnesota. The injury forced the Bears to use punter Adam Podlesh on kickoffs. To fill the void, the team signed well-traveled veteran Olindo Mare. Mare has spent 15 seasons [...]
LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) -- Chicago Bears kicker Robbie Gould will miss the remainder of the season after injuring his left calf.
The Bears placed Gould on injured-reserve on Tuesday and signed veteran kicker Olindo Mare to a one-year contract. They also placed cornerback Sherrick McManis (knee) and safety Craig Steltz (chest) on IR while signing linebacker Jerry Franklin to a two...
Bears kicker Robbie Gould, who injured himself in pregame warmup before Sunday's game against Minnesota (strained left calf), has been placed on the IR ending his season.Fantasy Spin:The Bears signed Olindo Mare.
The Chicago Bears placed three players on injured reserve, which was highlighted by place kicker Robbie Gould.
Gould picked up a calf injury during warmups on Sunday before Chicago's game in Minnesota. He was limited to extra points, as punter Adam Podlesh handled kickoff duties. The Bears signed Olindo Mare to take Gould's job as place kicker.
The other two Bears that...
The Bears announced Tuesday kicker Robbie Gould was placed on injured reserve with a calf injury. The Bears signed Olindo Mare to take over Gould's placekicking responsibilities.
What a tough break for Gould, who was injured prior to kickoff Week 14. His season ends with him converting 21 of 25 field goals and all 33 extra point attempts. Source: CBSSports Attached Thumbnails
The Bears today put K Robbie Gould, S Criag Steltz and CB Sherrick McManis on injured reserve.
The Chicago Bears announced on Tuesday that they placed kicker Robbie Gould on the injured reserve with a season-ending calf injury. Gould suffered the calf inury during pregame warmups against the Vikings on Sunday.
Olindo Mare was signed on to replace Gould after beating out Billy Cundiff and Neil Rackers in a tryout at Halas Hall.
Mare is a 39-year old veteran, who has played...