Eagles Formally Invited To White House; Malcolm Jenkins, Chris Long Still Not Going


It’s been three months since the Philadelphia Eagles won their first ever Super Bowl in franchise history, and even then, many players had stated they had no plans to go to the White House because of who was in office.

On Thursday, the Philadelphia Eagles were formally invited to attend the White House and meet with President Donald Trump on June 5th, but that hasn’t changed player’s minds at all.

Despite the invitation, there are a few who won’t be taking their talents to the White House and Eagles safety Malcolm Butler was the first to be asked about it.

Eagles defensive end Chris Long really made his feelings clear when he turned down the invite once again: