With Philadelphia Eagles players Chris Long and Malcolm Jenkins already stating that they will not accept a trip to the White House, how should the Super Bowl champions handle their trip to Washington D.C.?
The Philadelphia Eagles elected to not travel to Washington D.C. after being disinvited from the White House. Was there any way the team could have salvaged the situation?
Philadelphia Mayor James Kenney tells SI Now that President Trump is using the NFL and the Philadelphia Eagles to continue to divide the country. Kenney also says he thinks Trump canceled the team's White House visit because most of the Eagles' players planned not to come.
President Donald Trump released a statement about the Philadelphia Eagles' planned visit to the White House on Tuesday, uninviting the Super Bowl champions.
The White House held a "Celebration of America" in place of the Eagles' visit.
President Donald Trump said Friday that the winner of the NBA Finals between the Warriors and Cavaliers will not be invited to the White House for a visit.
Former NFL quarterback Don McPherson explains why players are choosing to pass on a visit to the White House.
Former NFL offensive lineman Ephraim Salaam looks at whether players on championship teams will skip out on White House visits with Donald Trump in office.