Philadelphia Eagles may boycott White House visit as a team
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By Geoffrey Knox

Several members of the Philadelphia Eagles, if not the entire team, may boycott what was supposed to be a trip to the White House.

One of the most admirable things about 2017’s version of the Philadelphia Eagles was they weren’t a team that was only capable of playing football. This team won’t just be remembered for delivering the first-ever Lombardi Trophy to ‘The City of Brotherly Love’. They’ll be remembered for their social consciousness and their contributions to society.

Now, they plan to make another statement as there are now questions as to whether or not they’ll say no to President Trump’s invitation to the White House.

This Eagles team plans to make one more statement.

“No I’m not going to the White House. Are you kidding me?” That’s a direct quote from Eagles defensive end Chris Long. He, Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins and wide receiver Torrey Smith have stated publicly that they won’t be in attendance when the Eagles visit our nation’s capital (customary for the Super Bowl’s winning team). In addition to that, there have been rumors that several other teammates, and possibly all of them, may join their teammates in making this bold...



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