The Chicago Bears and general manager Ryan Pace have continuously been knocked for their current kicker situation.
A fingers crossed scenario that involves a couple of guys who basically have zero NFL experience.
Of course, there's always the Robbie Gould situation.
Gould has refused to sign a contract with the San Francisco 49ers despite the team franchise tagging him and it doesn't sound like it'll get done anytime soon.
“It’s a complicated situation,” Gould told NBCChicago.com this week, via a transcript from NBCBayArea.com. “The way I’ve kind of approached it is, I want to spend time with my family. And I let my agent handle it, and if anything comes up that I have to make a decision or be in the know, he’ll call me and let me know. But right now there’s nothing to really know, and I’m just enjoying being home and being in Chicago.
“I’m at a point in my career where my family is what’s going to dictate the decisions that I make.”
“This city’s been incredible,” Gould said. “No matter where I’ve gone, no matter where I’ve lived, no matter where I’ve played, Chicago has always been home.”
Should the Bears bring him back home.