Elliot Daly remains on course to play for England against Ireland after being named in Eddie Jones’ 25-man squad.
Daly suffered a broken nose and was left with blurred vision after being hurt by the tackle which led Scotland hooker Fraser Brown to be cited early in the 61-21 English romp.
On the day Six Nations disciplinary chiefs ruled Brown’s yellow card was sufficient punishment, Daly came through the first stages of his graduated return-to-play protocol.
Boss Jones must now decide whether to stick with the wing or give a start to fit-again Anthony Watson — a try scorer off the bench against the Scots.
Meanwhile, New Zealand boss Steve Hansen has assured England he meant it when congratulating them for matching the 18-win world record streak set by his men.
Jones had reacted by comparing Hansen to the Big Bad Wolf from Little Red Riding Hood, but the All Blacks chief countered: “It’s not about playing a game.
“In this case, I – and the team – genuinely believe they should be complimented.
“Sport is about paying due when it is due, and they’ve done a good job, so well done.”