After winning Super Bowl LI, the New England Patriots visited the White House on April 19 of last year. As of Monday, April 23, it's still not clear when or if the Philadelphia Eagles will make their trip to the White House to celebrate their victory in Super Bowl LII back in February. On Monday, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported that the Eagles still haven't committed to making the customary trek to the nation's capitol. They're still discussing the matter. Per The New York Times' Ken Belson and Michael D. Shear, both the White House and the Eagles acknowledged that they've been in communication with each other regarding a potential visit. "We have been in conversations with the Eagles about timing and are working with them to make it happen," Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary, said. "We hope to have something finalized in the next couple of weeks."
Eagles discussing visit with White House, but reportedly haven't committed yet
CBS Sports | Apr 23