Test rugby's walking wounded
With the November internationals nearing, the biggest concern for the major nations is the growing size of their injury lists -- will key players be fit for the end-of-year tours?
England's Lozowski extends Saracens stay
England international back Alex Lozowski has agreed a contract extension with Aviva Premiership leaders Saracens.
Harrison keen to meet Jones' expectations
Northampton flanker Teimana Harrison hopes a few pointers from Eddie Jones can help revive his England career.
Solomona hopes development can fire England dream
Denny Solomona hopes becoming a role model to younger players can help him realise his dream of playing in the 2019 Rugby World Cup with England.
Te'o joins England's growing injury list
Ben Te'o is the latest England injury doubt ahead of the autumn internationals with the centre set to spend a month on the sidelines.
Tigers centre Tuilagi set for Dec. return
Leicester Tigers and England centre Manu Tuilagi is expected to return to competitive action in December according to head coach Matt O'Connor.
RPA determined to end 11-month season plan
The Rugby Players' Association wants to implement a combined 14-week break and pre-season to protect its members from the growing demands of the game.
Greenwood confirms second stint with Baabaas
Will Greenwood will work with the Barbarians coaching team once again ahead of their match against the All Blacks at Twickenham next month.
George signs long-term deal at Saracens
England Test hooker Jamie George has signed a long-term contract extension with Saracens that will keep him at Allianz Park until 2021.
Lawes named Premiership player of the month
Northampton Saints forward Courtney Lawes has been named the Aviva Premiership player of the month for September.
Isiekwe, Malins sign new deals at Saracens
Saracens have locked up two promising young England talents for the next two seasons with Nick Isiekwe and Max Malins signing contract extensions at the north London club.
George: England coaches want me to improve
Jamie George says the message is clear from England coaches on where he needs to improve before he becomes Eddie Jones' first choice hooker.
Genge growing into life as Leicester loosehead
Back in the old amateur days Ellis Genge would have been a terrace hero, a prop who blended into the clubhouse furniture. Tom Hamilton meets Leicester and England loosehead prop.
Nowell adds to England's injury list
Exeter wing Jack Nowell could miss England's autumn Tests after suffering "a couple of fractures" around his cheek and eye socket.
Andrew backs calls for player strike
Rob Andrew, the Rugby Football Union's former director of professional rugby, believes concerns over player welfare could be resolved with industrial action.
Lancaster responds to Andrew criticism
Former England coach Stuart Lancaster has expressed his surprise at the criticism aimed at him by Rob Andrew.
McCall: George can challenge Hartley
Saracens director of rugby Mark McCall looked ahead to Jamie George's duel with Dylan Hartley next Sunday after seeing the England hooker claim a hat trick of tries in a 38-19 victory over Wasps.
May is 'best left winger in England'
Jonny May is the best left wing in England, according to Leicester head coach Matt O'Connor.
England concern over Clifford injury
Jack Clifford is a doubt for England's autumn series after dislocating his shoulder in Harlequins' 42-26 Aviva Premiership victory over Sale.
Dal Maso joins England's coaching team
ESPN understands Toulon forwards coach Marc dal Maso, who worked with Eddie Jones in Japan, will act as a scrum consultant for England over the next 12 months.
Horwill: Sinckler is his 'own worst enemy'
Harlequins captain James Horwill insists understanding the difference between anger and aggression will enable Kyle Sinckler to stop becoming his "own worst enemy".
Hopley: Players could strike to curtail extension
Rugby Players Association chief executive Damian Hopley believes "less is more" and says strike action is an option in the debate over a 10-month long season.
Kingston: Sinckler is not some sort of thug
Kyle Sinckler's determination to make an impression after being omitted from England's most recent training squad resulted in his seven-week ban for gouging, according to Harlequins director of rugby John Kingston.
Cokanasiga signs new London Irish deal
England prospect Joe Cokanasiga has signed a new four-year contract with London Irish.
What can Sinckler expect at RFU hearing?
Kyle Sinckler will discover Tuesday night whether he is free to resume an England career this autumn that had begun so promisingly under Eddie Jones.
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