Former 2008 sixth-round draft pick Haruki Nakumura has been placed on Injured Reserve with a concussion. According to Rotoworld, Nakumura had been relegated to the No. 3 safety role during the preseason and mainly was viewed upon as a special teams player.
Former Ravens safety Haruki Nakamura placed on injured reserve
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The Panthers have signed former St. Louis Rams starting safety Quintin Mikell and placed backup safety Haruki Nakamura on injured reserve with a concussion.
The deal was announced Monday. Contract terms were not released.
Mikell, a 10-year NFL veteran, will compete for the starting spot with strong safety Mike Mitchell, who was held out of practice Monday with an unspecified injury...
Carolina Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy and safety Haruki Nakamura were fined for separate hits against Washington Redskins offensive players during their game last week, NBC Sports' Pro Football Talk reported Friday. Hardy was fined $15,750 for striking quarterback Robert Griffin III in the head. Nakamura received a $21,000 fine for hitting a defenseless receiver in the...
In his 3rd NFL season New York Giants running back Andre Brown had never had a carry that resulted in positive yardage (2 attempts for -1 yards). That all changed on Thursday night when he ran for almost 100 yards and a touchdown in the first half of his Thursday night matchup against the Carolina Panthers.
One person who failed at stoping Brown in that first half was Panthers...
Safety Haruki Nakamura believes Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers have all of the ingredients to be a perennial playoff team.
They just need a taste of it first.
Safety Haruki Nakamura says Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers have all of the ingredients to be a perennial playoff team - they just need a taste of it.
Nakamura, who joined the Panthers from the Baltimore Ravens this offseason as a free agent, says ''once this team gets in there and Cam (Newton) gets a taste of being in the playoffs, he's going to be hooked.'...
Via AP on Fox
August 03, 2012
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The Panthers have signed free agent safety Haruki Nakamura to a three-year contract. Carolina general manager Marty Hurney announced the deal Friday but did not release financial terms of the contract. The 25-year-old Nakamura has spent four seasons backing up Ed Reed in Baltimore. He's played in 52 games but never started on defense. He has 47 career...
The Carolina Panthers signed safety Haruki Nakamura to a three-year contract.
A sixth-round draft pick in 2008, Nakamura spent his first four seasons with the Baltimore Ravens,
He had 12 tackles in 15 games last season and 24 tackles in 16 games the previous season.
Baltimore Ravens safety Haruki Nakamura says he feels no extra tension as he prepares for free agency for the first time in his four-year career. Nakamura, 25, doesn’t know what the future may hold for him, but he has a clear agenda as he prepares to weigh the different options and opportunities that might come [...]
But McKinney enjoying support from homeHaruki Nakamura is one of three Ravens players who hail from Ohio. But that doesn’t mean that the free safety, who is a Cleveland native, gets any special treatment when he and the rest of the team visit Cleveland Browns Stadium – as they do Sunday.