After months of speculation on his future with the team, Robbie Gould and the 49ers have reached an agreement on an extension just prior to the Franchise tag deadline. The deal is a 2 year, $10.5 million fully-guaranteed deal that has the option to be converted into a 4 year, $19 million deal with $15 million in guarantees per ESPN’s Adam Schefter. This is great news for the 49ers after the disgruntled kicker reportedly asked to be traded following the team placing the tag on him. Having a consistent and reliable kicker is a key asset to the team’s potential success, Gould has made 87.7 percent of his career kicks and has converted on 72 of his 75 field goal attempts in his time in San Francisco.
Beating Monday deadline for franchised players to sign long-term extensions, the 49ers and Robbie Gould reached agreement on a 2-year, $10.5 million fully-guaranteed deal that, including an option clause, can turn into a 4-year, $19M deal that includes $15M gtd, sources tell ESPN
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 15, 2019