Wide receiver Carlton Brewster remained among the NFL Europa league leaders after this past weekend's games.
Brewster had two catches for 68 yards for the Berlin Thunder in its 35-7 loss to the Frankfurt Galaxy. That leaves him tied for first in the league in receptions (28) and alone in first in receiving yards (440) through Week 6.
Brewster accounted for all but four of Berlin's 72 yards on their lone touchdown drive. He opened the eight-play march with a 35-yard catch and later had a 33-yard reception to convert a third-and-25 and give Berlin a first-and-goal on the 6.
Berlin teammate Tim Goodwell came off the bench at linebacker and recorded four solo tackles, one pass defensed and a blocked punt. The big special teams play came in the fourth quarter and gave Berlin a first down on the Frankfurt 35, but the Thunder turned the ball over on downs.
Among other Packers playing in NFL Europa, safety Alvin Nnabuife came off the bench for the Cologne Centurions and recorded one assisted tackle in his team's 20-17 victory over the Rhein Fire. Cologne is now tied for first place in the league with Frankfurt at 4-2.
Cornerback Antonio Malone came off the bench for Rhein but did not have any tackles.
Amsterdam's Adam Stenavich, who had started at offensive guard for the first five games of the season, did not play in the Admirals' 41-31 victory over Hamburg.
In Week 7, Cologne plays at Amsterdam, with the game televised on NFL Network on Saturday at 9 a.m. CT (tape-delay). Rhein is at Frankfurt at noon CT on Saturday (live), and Berlin plays at Hamburg on Sunday, with the game televised at midnight CT (tape-delay).