NFL-E Week 2 Packers roundup

B.J. Sander led NFL Europe in punting for the second straight week while quarterback Scott McBrien threw for the Rhein Fire's only touchdown in Week 2 of the spring season.<p>

Here is a roundup of how the players allocated by Green Bay performed over the weekend:

at Frankfurt Galaxy 23, Amsterdam Admirals 14 (April 9)

(Attendance: 31,644)

Packers allocations:

Sam Breeden, WR, Frankfurt Galaxy - started at WRZ

Jamal Jones, WR, Frankfurt Galaxy - started at WRX

Seante Williams, DE, Frankfurt Galaxy - started at RDE

Kelvin Kight, WR, Frankfurt Galaxy - substitute

Chonn Lacey, S, Frankfurt Galaxy - not on game day roster due to an injury

John Garrett, LB, Amsterdam Admirals - substitute

Individual results:
Jones caught five passes for 59 yards.

Breeden caught one pass for 6 yards.

Williams had two tackles and one sack for a four-yard loss.

Garrett had one assisted tackle.

Kight , who joined the Galaxy last week after recovering from an injury suffered while in training camp with the Admirals, contributed on special teams in his NFL Europe debut as he stripped the ball from punt returner Ataveus Cash, a fumble that was recovered by a Frankfurt teammate and led to a field goal.

at Berlin Thunder 15, Hamburg Sea Devils 13 (April 10)

(Attendance: 14,312)

Packers allocations:

B.J. Sander, P, Hamburg Sea Devils

Nick McNeil, LB, Hamburg Sea Devils - started at MLB

Shawn Morgan, LB, Hamburg Sea Devils - substitute

Art Smith, CB, Hamburg Sea Devils - on Sea Devils practice squad

Joseph Hayes, G, Berlin Thunder - not on game day roster due to an injury

Individual results:
Sander led the league for the second straight week in punting average, this week booting four kicks for an average of 43.0 yards with a net average of 36.3. His four punts included two that came down inside the Berlin 20-yard line and a 65-yarder that was downed at the six.

McNeil started at middle linebacker for the second straight game and had five tackles and one special teams tackle.

Morgan had four tackles, one sack for a 10-yard loss and two special teams tackles.

Cologne Centurions 23, at Rhein Fire 10 (April 10)

(Attendance: 25,304)

Packers allocations:

Scott McBrien, QB, Rhein Fire - substitute

Chris Day, S, Rhein Fire - substitute

Steve Morley, G/T, Rhein Fire, substitute

Doug Sims, DT, Rhein Fire - substitute

Joe Quinn, G, Rhein Fire - on injured reserve

Wendell Williams, S, Cologne Centurions - on injured reserve

Individual results:
McBrien played in the second and fourth quarters for the second straight week, switching with QB Andy Hall, who was allocated by the Philadelphia Eagles. McBrien led the Fire on their lone touchdown drive, hooking up with WR Jeris McIntyre on a 58-yard scoring pass. McBrien completed 10 of 18 passes on the day for 141 yards with the touchdown and an interception, giving him a QB rating of 76.4 on the day. He also ran with the ball twice for seven yards and led his team to a field goal on their other scoring drive of the afternoon.

Day averaged 20.6 yards on five runbacks, including a 29-yard return. He also had a solo tackle and a pass defensed, as well as another stop on special teams. Morley and Sims each participated in rotations along the line on their respective sides of the ball for the home team.

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