Will Greenwood says it's too early to judge Danny Cipriani, but admits it is surprising he has ended up on the front pages again.
Sky Sports' Will Greenwood says the selection of Dylan Hartley is Stuart Lancaster's biggest selection dilemma to date.
World Cup winner Will Greenwood expects Steffon Armitage and Nick Abendanon to make England's training squad.
Will Greenwood expects a titanic clash in Saturday's Champions Cup final between Toulon and Clermont Auvergne at Twickenham.
England have made a good start to the Six Nations, but there is room for improvement, says Sky Sports' Will Greenwood.
Will Greenwood talks about Racing Metro signing Dan Carter and why scrapping the salary cap could hurt the Premiership.
Will Greenwood has shown support for Stuart Lancaster and his policy to only pick players based in England.
Will Greenwood says Jonny Sexton's return to Leinster shows that there is more to rugby than big wages.
Will Greenwood heaped praise on fellow 2003 World Cup winner Mike Tindall following his retirement.
Will Greenwood is stepping up his preparations for what is bound to be a stamina-sapping climb of Mount Kilimanjaro.
England must take their chances to match New Zealand’s level by the World Cup, says Will Greenwood.
Despite trailing in the series England have had a good tour of New Zealand, says Will Greenwood.
Will Greenwood says that Manu Tuilagi needs to be closer to the action and not sat out on the wing.
France showed a clear lack of desire in their demolition by Australia, says Will Greenwood.
Toulon are set to be at the peak of club rugby for many years to come, says Will Greenwood.
Will Greenwood was impressed with Toulon and says their 'mercenary' tag is well and truly buried.
Will Greenwood wants England to lay down a World Cup 2015 marker on their tour to New Zealand.
Ulster, that man Pienaar, Charlie Sharples and seeing red over yellow make Will Greenwood's picks.
Will Greenwood says that Toulon are a different proposition when they play at Stade Felix Mayol.
Leinster, George North and Ibrahim Diarra caught Will Greenwood's eye in Round Five of the Heineken Cup.