England international duo Olly Morgan and Luke Narraway have not taken part in the England Senior EPS and Saxons week long training, assessment and profiling camp.
The RFU today issued the following statement:
Further to a medical review and profiling the following players have returned to their clubs as planned to continue their treatment and rehabilitation from injury.
Danny Cipriani London Wasps
Toby Flood Leicester Tigers
Andy Goode CA Brive
Topsy Ojo London Irish
Tom Rees London Wasps
Paul Sackey London Wasps
Will Skinner Harlequins
George Skivington London Wasps
Jordan Turner-Hall Harlequins
Sam Vesty Leicester Tigers
Richard Wigglesworth Sale Sharks
Olly Morgan (Gloucester Rugby) did not join up with the squad and this was pre-agreed with his club so he can continue his rehab.
Four further players have also returned to their clubs.
Ben Kay (Leicester Tigers) and David Strettle (Harlequins) arrived at the England training camp with neck and lower back injuries respectively.
Delon Armitage has returned to London Irish after sustaining a right shoulder injury in training yesterday. Delon will have a scan today. An update will be available in due course.
Luke Narraway (Gloucester Rugby) has also returned to his club with lower back discomfort and he will receive further treatment from Gloucester.
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