With the Super Bowl LII win, the Philadelphia Eagles get to take home the franchise’s first Lombardi Trophy – and possibly plan a visit to the White House.
But not every player will attend the customary celebratory event in Washington, D.C. President Trump has infamously clashed with the NFL throughout his first year as president, lambasting players who knelt in protest during the national anthem. And some of his policy positions and rhetoric have angered athletes.
Multiple players for the New England Patriots skipped the White House visit last year after the team’s Super Bowl LI win. Here’s a look at which Eagles players will not be flying to the White House this year should the invitation be offered.
Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins does “not anticipate attending” the visit to the White House, he told CNN after his team’s first Super Bowl win.
See the full list at Fox News