Each player will earn up to a maximum of €100,000 each, depending on what type of contract.
March 2016: Jones enjoyed the flawless start to his reign by presiding over England's first Grand Slam since 2003.
Jones was forced to apologise on Wednesday night after footage emerged of the Australian referring to the newly-crowned champions as the "scummy Irish" and Wales as a "little s*** country" during a talk on leadership given previous year.
England head-coach Eddie Jones has made seven changes for the visit of the newly crowned Natwest Six Nations champions Ireland's visit to Twickenham on Saturday. "Those sorts of things happen, I will let Eddie take care of that in his own press conference", Gatland told reporters ahead of Wales' final Six Nations fixture against France on Saturday.
Asked if he will reconsider giving similar talks in future, Jones replied: "Ah, possibly, yeah".
The English Rugby Football Union said it would also apologize to the Irish and Welsh unions for comments that may yet count against Jones if he ever wants to coach the British and Irish Lions. "I get excited about the group we have and how hard we work, but I'd be very balanced from the perspective of being a pragmatist at the same time". We were in their position before and it's a easy place to get motivated in and it's backs to the walls stuff for them.
'I'm not exactly sure what they were, ' said Schmidt. "Who knows Wales? It's this little shit place that has got three million people - three million!"
"There are boys here who are experienced and have played good Ireland teams in the past. if we perform well we know results do come from that".
"We've played 23 tests, we've only lost one test to the scummy Irish". The last four clashes between England and Ireland at Twickenham have all been won by the home side and this could give them the edge.
Kearney will slot into a back three alongside Keith Earls, who secured his first worldwide medal when the Championship was won last weekend, and Jacob Stockdale, who could claim the all-time try-scoring record for a single Six Nations.