Eagles to reportedly accept invitation to visit the White House

AP Kiichiro Sato

AP Kiichiro Sato

The Eagles released a statement on Thursday, saying: "We are in the process of working through the logistics of a trip to Washington, D.C., including a visit to the White House, on June 5th".

The Philadelphia Eagles reportedly are going to be visiting the White House next month. The issue is much of the team's core has already publicly denounced the ceremony, so long as it involves Donald Trump. Long also skipped the White House visit past year when he was a member of the New England Patriots.

The Philadelphia Eagles have been invited to visit the White House on June 5 to celebrate their Super Bowl LII win over the New England Patriots.

"I don't want to take away from anybody's experience or make it a big distraction", Jenkins said in February after the Super Bowl.

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"There is so much that has been swirling around that administration, I don't see it as beneficial at this moment in time to visit in a celebratory fashion", Jenkins said.

"Over the last two years, I've been meeting with legislators, both Republican and Democrat, it don't matter".

President Trump drew the ire of many NFL officials and players when he criticized the league for not punishing the players who chose to sit or kneel during the playing of the national anthem. "My son grows up, and I believe the legacy of our president is going to be what it is, I don't want him to say, 'Hey dad, why'd you go [to the White House] when you knew the right thing was to not go?'" "But this isn't one of those meetings, so I'll opt out of the photo opportunity". Jenkins, the co-founder of the Players Coalition, has been active on the social reform front. "'He's fired. He's fired'".

The team was officially approached in April to set a date. It's an annual tradition for championship teams around the sports world to visit the nation's most famous house.

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