PROP Leon Brown has been released from Wales duty to boost the Dragons’ bench for their Guinness PRO14 clash with Edinburgh on Sunday with Test teammates Hallam Amos and Tyler Morgan slotting straight back into the XV.

Tighthead Brown was kept in the international camp by Warren Gatland to help with preparations for the autumn finale against South Africa but the 22-year-old, who came off the bench against Scotland and started against Tonga, has now been made available for his region.

Wing Amos and centre Morgan, a try scorer at Principality Stadium last week, were released on Thursday and head coach Bernard Jackman has opted to fling them straight in from the off at Rodney Parade (kick-off 5.30pm).

He makes five changes to the side that was hammered at Connacht at the start of the month with Morgan, wing Jared Rosser, loosehead Ryan Bevington, lock Rynard Landman and number eight Ollie Griffiths coming in.

Rosser and Griffiths return after missing the losses at Ulster and Connacht through hamstring and hip injuries respectively.

Fly-half Jason Tovey, on permit from Cross Keys, pulls the strings against the side he left last summer.

The return of Brown is a boost as prop Brok Harris has been struggling with a knee injury.

The Wales tighthead is joined on the bench by versatile back rower James Benjamin, who is set for a first senior outing of the campaign.

Dragons: J Williams, J Rosser, T Morgan, J Sage, H Amos, J Tovey, R Williams, R Bevington, R Hibbard (captain), L Fairbrother, R Landman, L Evans, H Keddie, N Cudd, O Griffiths. Replacements: R Lawrence, A Jarvis, L Brown, B Nansen, J Benjamin, R Davies, A Robson, A Warren.