Published: Wed, April 25, 2018
Global | By Shelia Dennis

Eagles attendance at White House will be less than ideal

Eagles attendance at White House will be less than ideal

"Another fact I want to throw out there: Many of us have no interest in supporting President Trump".

"We have been in contact with White House representatives and are now discussing the logistics of an upcoming visit to Washington", the Eagles said in a statement released Monday.

"We have been in contact with White House representatives and are now discussing the logistics of an upcoming visit to Washington", the statement read.

"We have been in contact with White House representatives and are now discussing the logistics of an upcoming visit to Washington", a spokesman for the Eagles said on Monday, acknowledging publicly for the first time that the team had been invited.

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Malcolm Jenkins, Chris Long, Rodney McLeod and Brandon Graham are among the players who said they would not attend the White House if invited.

Many members of the Philadelphia Eagles have already stated they would not show to a meeting with the President if an invitation was sent there way.

Jenkins told PennLive in February he didn't see the value in talking with Trump or White House staffers at a Super Bowl event, because they wouldn't have time for a constructive conversation. Torrey Smith also said he does not plan on going.

Trump has called for the league to change its rules to forbid players from kneeling in protest during "The Star-Spangled Banner".

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After signing a revised contract that includes a 2019 mutual option, any team looking to acquire Foles would essentially get the signal caller under contract for two seasons, for a relatively cap-friendly price of $8.6 million in 2018 and in a hard cap league, that's an incredible value.

Other champions have both gone to the White House and some have declined the invitation entirely.

Jenkins, who co-founded the Players Coalition, stopped his fist-raising demonstration last season after an agreement was struck with National Football League owners to finance many of their causes.

Owner Jeffrey Lurie, meanwhile, is not a fan of President Donald Trump. The acrimony between the team and Trump goes beyond the players.

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According to the Federal Election Commission, in 2015, Mr. Lurie donated $2,700 to Hillary for America, a group supporting Hillary Clinton, as well as to the N.F.L. political action committee.

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