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England co-captain Hartley could miss most of Six Nations

LONDON (AP) England co-captain Dylan Hartley could miss most of the Six Nations because of a knee injury. (MORE)

Wales No 8 Faletau to miss 6N after breaking forearm again

BATH, England (AP) Wales No. 8 Taulupe Faletau has broken his right forearm for the second time in three months and will likely miss the Six Nations. (MORE)

England flanker Underhill to miss 6 Nations after ankle op

BATH, England (AP) England flanker Sam Underhill will miss the Six Nations after an ankle operation. (MORE)

John Thornett, Hall of Fame Wallabies forward, dies at 83

SYDNEY (AP) John Thornett, one of the most versatile forwards ever to play for Australia and a member of the World Rugby Hall of Fame, has died. He was 83. (MORE)

Ireland lock Henderson has thumb surgery

DUBLIN (AP) Ireland lock Iain Henderson looks set to miss at least half of the Six Nations after surgery on a torn ligament in his thumb on Monday. (MORE)

Michael Cheika to stay as Wallabies coach through World Cup

SYDNEY (AP) Rugby Australia has confirmed Michael Cheika will lead Australia to next year's World Cup but from now on will work under the supervision of Scott Johnson, who takes a new role as Australia's director of rugby. (MORE)

Search begins for next All Blacks coach

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) The most sought-after coaching position in world rugby became available Friday when All Blacks head coach Steve Hansen announced he will step down after the 2019 World Cup. (MORE)