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Eddie Jones has admitted Sam Underhill could be England's missing link -- the natural-born openside flanker he feared the nation lacked.
Chris Robshaw has admitted he was unsure whether he would ever lead England again after the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
Alex Goode and Steffon Armitage will line up against England at Twickenham on Sunday as part of a star-studded Barbarians side.
Former England sevens player Alex Gray has signed for the Atlanta Falcons practice squad.
Eddie Jones has named Chris Robshaw and George Ford as co-captains for Sunday's match against the Barbarians with eight uncapped players featuring in the starting 15.
Saracens fullback Alex Goode has greater motivation than proving Eddie Jones wrong this weekend when he lines up for the Barbarians against England at Twickenham.
George Ford is intent on proving he can boss England's backline without British and Irish Lion Owen Farrell's help this summer.
England will be without prop Paul Hill and centre Joe Marchant for their two-Test tour of Argentina.
James Haskell has branded himself a trainee British and Irish Lion -- but still expects a brutal challenge touring New Zealand where he joked "everyone wants to offer you out for a fight".
WP Nel, Ian Madigan, Schalk Brits, and Waisea Nayacalevu have been added to the finalised Barbarians squad for their upcoming games against England and Ulster Rugby.
The London Sevens might just have discovered a winning formula as it attempts to position itself as a more family oriented event.
Denny Solomona is a major doubt for England's Argentina tour after suffering a foot injury in training.
They say anything can happen in Sevens and that proved to be the case on Sunday as Scotland stunned hosts England 12-7 to defend their London title on the World Series circuit.
Saracens' Richard Wigglesworth has won his first England call-up since the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
South Africa have already claimed the World Rugby Sevens Series, but there is still plenty to play for as the world's best players descend on the UK's capital.
England centre Jonathan Joseph says he never gave up hope of securing a place in the British and Irish Lions squad to tour New Zealand.
Ian Ritchie has "no regrets" over hiring Stuart Lancaster, insisting the former England head coach helped end civil war at the Rugby Football Union.
Chris Robshaw insists England see nothing unusual in Willi Heinz's call-up to Eddie Jones' England training squad.
Rugby Football Union chief executive Ian Ritchie is to retire at the end of the summer.
Eddie Jones has insisted he does not care about the specifics of Test rugby's eligibility rules and will pick anyone who qualifies for England.
England will start the defence of their Six Nations Championship title away to Italy as tournament organisers maintain a seven-week competition for the next two years.
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Graham Rowntree says he does not envisage any problem with British & Irish Lions captain Sam Warburton being available for the opening New Zealand tour game on June 3.
Warren Gatland is to draw up a standby list for his British & Irish Lions, but he will keep its contents private so as to avoid becoming a hostage to fortune.
England have added another uncapped New Zealand-born player to their pre-Argentina training camp with Gloucester scrum-half Willi Heinz drafted in.