3. Robbie Gould, K
One of the most beloved players in Chicago Bears history will always be kicker Robbie Gould. You couldn't have asked for a nicer, more genuine and kind human being to be part of that locker room for as many years as he spent in Chicago. Still, to this day, Gould spends a ton of time in Chicago and loves the city and people. And Chicago loves him.
For 11 seasons, Gould was the Bears' kicker. He owns the franchise's all-time record for most field goals made with 276. He also knocked through a total of 23 kicks from beyond 50 yards, good for most in franchise history as well.
His career mark of 85.4 percent is the second-best field goal percentage in franchise history, only behind current Bears kicker Cairo Santos. However, Santos has played far less games and still has plenty of room to close that gap (although, we hope he doesn't, of course).
Gould went from Chicago to a brief stint with the Giants, followed by six excellent years with the 49ers. San Francisco finally moved on after the 2022 season, and it appears as though Gould's career could finally be coming to an end at 40 years old.