Exeter lock Romana Graham joins Plymouth Albion on loan, but "visa issues" prevent Sireli Naqelevuki from following suit.
Exeter Chiefs coach Rob Baxter says his team are "very, very close" to making a breakthrough at Heineken Cup level.
Toulon overturn a half-time deficit to secure a narrow win over a brave Exeter side and move top of Heineken Cup Pool 2.
Exeter Chiefs centre Ian Whitten says committing his future to the club was "an easy decision to make".
London Welsh sign lock Will Carrick-Smith from Premiership side Exeter Chiefs on a short-term loan deal.
George Ford's superb kicking display maintains Bath's dominance over Exeter and strengthens their hold on a top-four place.
Exeter Chiefs hooker Jack Yeandle signs a two-year contract extension to keep him at the Premiership club until 2016.
Exeter Chiefs forward James Phillips has joined Championship side Cornish Pirates on a one-month loan deal.
Ben Ransom's first-half try proves the difference between the two teams as Saracens stay top with victory at Exeter.
Exeter Chiefs prop Alex Brown expects Saracens to bring out the best in them when the sides meet at Sandy Park.
Former Exeter Chiefs captain Tom Hayes retires from rugby at the age of 33 after a battle with a back injury.
Sandy Park, the home ground of Exeter Chiefs, is chosen to host the LV= Cup final next March.
Gareth Steenson kicks all 18 points as Exeter Chiefs move up to fourth with victory at Sale Sharks.
Exeter assistant coach Ali Hepher says versatile back Phil Dollman deserves international recognition after a series of outstanding performances.
Exeter Chiefs ensure there is to be no upset at Sandy Park as they brush aside bottom club Worcester Warriors.
Glasgow Warriors' commanding second-half performance cements win over Exeter in Pool 2 of the Heineken Cup.
Exeter Chiefs coach Rob Baxter says he is pleased to see his players start to gain more recognition at international level.
Exeter Chiefs' form could see Tom Johnson joined by his team-mates in the England squad, according to Stuart Lancaster.
Exeter score six tries to beat Cardiff Blues, who claim a bonus point, in their Heineken Cup pool opener at Sandy Park.
Exeter captain Dean Mumm scores a try as the Chiefs climb above opponents Gloucester with victory in the Premiership.