It looks like the San Francisco 49ers and their kicker are at odds.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Robbie Gould has pulled his contract proposals that he sent to the club and told the team he will not negotiate or sign a long-term deal with them. Schefter adds that Gould would like to be traded.
San Francisco placed the franchise tag on him in February.
Gould, 36, has been with the Niners for the last two seasons. Prior to that he spent one year with the New York Giants and 11 with the Bears in Chicago.
He has a career field goal percentage of 87.7 per cent and kicked at a league-leading 97.1 clip last year in 16 games. He made a league-high 35 kicks the season before, finishing the year at 95.1 per cent.