Christian Wade has retired from rugby union at the age of 27 amid reports that the one-time England international wants to pursue a career in the NFL.
Wasps winger Christian Wade is understood to have quit rugby in order to pursue a career in the NFL.
Nathan Hughes will miss England's first three autumn Tests after his striking ban was extended to six weeks for describing the disciplinary hearing as a "joke".
Nathan Hughes will learn whether he can play any part in England's November internationals when he faces a second disciplinary hearing on Oct. 17.
England second row Joe Launchbury will miss the November internationals after undergoing surgery for a knee injury.
Wasps have confirmed England flanker Brad Shields suffered a broken cheekbone during his Premiership debut against Exeter Chiefs on Saturday.
England international Brad Shields will make his Premiership debut for Wasps this weekend.
Christian Wade explains how a visit to an NFL-style footwork coach has prepared him for what could be a record-breaking Premiership campaign.
From best opposition player to best dressing-room DJ, Premiership stars such as Danny Care and Jack Nowell give us the lowdown ahead of the new season.
Wasps and Wales flyhalf Jimmy Gopperth is set to miss the vast majority of the new season after being ruled out for up to nine months with a serious anterior cruciate ligament injury.
Leicester Tigers have signed former Bath and Wasps centre Kyle Eastmond.
Danny Wilson has pulled out of a planned move to become Wasps' forwards coach to become Gregor Townsend's Scotland staff.
England have added Nathan Hughes to the squad that will prepare for Sunday's clash with the Barbarians at Twickenham.
Plenty was sorted out over an enthralling few days but who shone, who had a weekend to forget and what will fans be talking about ahead of a busy period of domestic action?
Steve Hansen has claimed Brad Shields would have been an All Black this year had he not switched allegiance to England.
Wasps have defended James Haskell after World Cup winner Lawrence Dallaglio criticised his absence from their 57-33 Aviva Premiership play-off defeat at Saracens in order to attend the Royal Wedding at Windsor Castle.
Saracens ran in six tries to book their place in next Saturday's Aviva Premiership final with a 57-33 victory over Wasps at Allianz Park.
The 2017-18 Aviva Premiership semifinals take place with Newcastle looking to emulate champions Exeter by beating the Chiefs and punching their ticket to Twickenham.
Following eight months of intense competition four teams are left battling for silverware in the Aviva Premiership and PRO14, while Castres, Lyon, Toulon and Toulouse target a place in the Top 14 semifinals.
Jack Willis could be forgiven if he was caught basking in his early success. But the England hopeful is well aware that rugby careers are fleeting as he attempts to help mentor James Haskell leave Wasps as a Premiership champion.
Gloucester have announced the signing of Wasps and England fly-half Danny Cipriani.
This is no England recall for Danny Cipriani, he is being offered a chance to prove to Eddie Jones that he is the country's best No. 10 after another impressive domestic season.
Danny Cipriani has been box office this season, combining the unpredictable with the pragmatic. It would be baffling if he was not included in the England squad to tour South Africa.
Eddie Jones has indicated that Danny Cipriani remains in contention for an England recall as he prepares to name his squad for next month's tour of South Africa.
Wasps snuffed out a late Newcastle fightback to end the Falcons' impressive home record with a 39-22 victory and book an Aviva Premiership playoff semifinal at Saracens.
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- WASPS20thPOINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Leinster : 82 Points DifferenceLEINS1st-7282