Disgruntled San Francisco 49ers kicker Robbie Gould has sold his Kildeer, Ill. mansion for $1 million.
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Gould is currently in a deadlock with the 49ers after asking to be traded in April. The 49ers, instead, placed a franchise tag on the kicker. Gould did not attend mandatory minicamp this week.
The 5,420 square foot home has five bedrooms and five baths. It features a great room with fireplace, gym and wine cellar, among many other amenities.
Gould purchased the home in 2009 for $1.2 million, according to public records. Tim Ratty and Dina Lissner with Compass were the listing agents.
Gould played for the Chicago Bears for 11 seasons and there is speculation he wants to return to his old team. According to reports, he is building a new home in the Chicago area.
Gould converted 72-of-75 field goal attempts in his two seasons with the 49ers — the highest percentage of any kicker in the NFL during the same time period.