It’s our round-up of this week’s best social media posts in rugby union.
Hooker Jamie George said England want to mute France’s Grand Slam celebrations with a fine start so the Paris crowd can turn against them.
Jamie George insists England’s spirited display in Saturday’s defeat to Ireland has laid the foundation for their Rugby World Cup campaign.
England forwards coach Richard Cockerill says Jamie George has a big role to play after the Six Nations-ending injury to Luke Cowan-Dickie.
England and Saracens hooker Jamie George has recovered from a knee injury to give his country a boost ahead of their Six Nations campaign.
England have announced that Owen Farrell and Jamie George have been ruled out of their Autumn Nations Series clash with South Africa.
England have suffered a double blow after hooker Luke Cowan-Dickie and wing Anthony Watson were ruled out of the Autumn Nations Series.
Mark McCall expects Eddie Jones to recall Saracens trio Jamie George, Mako Vunipola and Billy Vunipola when he names his England squad.
Jamie George, Mako Vunipola and Billy Vunipola have been backed to return to the England squad by Saracens director of rugby Mark McCall.
British and Irish Lions hooker Jamie George says that there has been a benefit to all the disruptions which caused upheaval in their camp.
England hooker Jamie George backs Ireland scrum-half Conor Murray to lead the British and Irish Lions well on their tour of South Africa.
Sarries and England hooker Jamie George insists his club-mates will be up to speed physically for the British & Irish Lions tour to South Africa.
England second-row Maro Itoje has been backed by team-mate Jamie George to learn his lessons from the Wales match in the Six Nations.
England front-rower Jamie George has implored rugby bosses to make sure the British and Irish Lions series against South Africa takes place.
England hooker Jamie George has asked international cricketers Sam Billings and Zak Crawley for advice on how to deal with a Covid-bubble.
England and British & Irish Lions hooker Jamie George has inked a new long-term contract extension with Saracens, the club have announced.
England have finalised their end-of-year opponents for this year, with Tonga confirmed as the third visitors to Twickenham on November 21.
Saracens hooker Jamie George is the club’s first England player who has publicly committed his future to the fallen Premiership champions.