April 7, 2004 - National Football League Europa (NFLE)
THE NFL Europe League's 12th season continues on Saturday April 10 as Week 2 action pits the three opening day winners against clubs who found themselves on the wrong end of last weekend's scorelines.
All three contests take place at 7:00 p.m. Central European Time as the Berlin Thunder (1-0) visits the Amsterdam Admirals (0-1), Cologne Centurions (0-1) plays its inaugural home game against the Frankfurt Galaxy (1-0), and the Scottish Claymores (0-1) head on the road for a second week in a row to face the Rhein Fire (1-0).
The Fire goes into that meeting with the Claymores without the services of Special Teams Player of the Week and starting cornerback ROBER' FREEMAN (Houston Texans) and starting running back WALTER WILLIAMS (Green Bay Packers). Both have been placed on injured reserve after getting hurt during their team's Week 1 defeat of the Cologne Centurions.
Injury categories are as follows: Out - Definitely will not play Doubtful - 75 % chance will not play Questionable - 50/50 chance of playing Probable - Virtual certainty of playing
Quarterback Injuries for Week 2 - None.
Full list of injuries for Week 2 games
BERLIN THUNDER (1-0) AT AMSTERDAM ADMIRALS (0-1)
Berlin Thunder Out: Bryan Fletcher (shoulder) - IR. Probable: C Ben Claxton (thumb); S Keith Davis (hand); T Dave Kadela (tricep); RB Eric McCoo (thigh).
Amsterdam Admirals Out: WR Antoine Burns (ankle) - IR. Doubtful: CB Jeff Sanchez (thumb).
FRANKFURT GALAXY (1-0) AT COLOGNE CENTURIONS (0-1)
Frankfurt Galaxy Out: K Jamie Rheem (knee/hamstring). Questionable: WR Marc Soumah (hamstring); TE Leonard Stephens (abdominal). Probable: RB Skip Hicks (groin) WR Hugo Lira (hamstring).
Cologne Centurions Doubtful: WR Ben Nelson (quad). Probable: WR Reggie Newhouse (hamstring)
SCOTTISH CLAYMORES (0-1) AT RHEIN FIRE (1-0)
Scottish Claymores Probable: DT Nick Eason (thigh); RB Ian Smart (ankle).
Rhein Fire Out: CB Rober' Freeman (shoulder) - IR; RB
Williams (hand) - IR; WR Nate Jackson (knee)
Questionable: T Chris Ziemann (ankle).