New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will visit President Donald Trump‘s White House with the Super Bowl-winning team this week, reports say, while other players have decided to skip the event.

The 39-year-old NFL star will take to the president’s D.C. home along with the team on Wednesday, Politico reports, citing sources familiar with the planning.

Although it is tradition for Super Bowl champions to visit the White House, a few of Brady’s teammates have announced that they will skip the event — and some have cited Trump’s policies for their decision.

Martellus Bennett, Devin McCourty, Dont’a Hightower and Alan Branch, have all said they would not accept an invitation to visit the White House, NBC News reports.