While the team has not made an announcement about whether it will attend, several players have already said they do not intend to take part in the ceremony because of who is in office.
Eagles defensive ends Brandon Graham and Chris Long, and safeties Malcolm Jenkins and Rodney McLeod were among those who said after the Eagles' 41-33 victory over New England in Super Bowl LII that they would not visit the White House.
6ABC reports the Eagles have been invited to visit President Donald Trump on June 5.
According to Philly.com, White House deputy press secretary Lindsay Waters confirmed the visit.
The Philadelphia Eagles have officially been invited to the White House to celebrate their Super Bowl win. and now the question is - who's gonna show up? "It's a celebratory event, and I want the guys who choose to go or whatever to enjoy that", Jenkins said in February. While there is some hope he could participate in organized team activities or minicamp, the more concrete goal is to be ready for training camp in July, sources said. "I think as a team, we're still discussing what exactly that looks like and we'll see".
"I just don't feel welcome into that house".
The date, June 5, could be an issue as the Eagles will be in the middle of a voluntary OTA during that time. Although he is now in a protective boot, he's still expected to report for the start of the Eagles' OTAs on Monday. It's possible the Eagles could have practice in the morning and get to Washington in the afternoon, or vice versa. The team released a statement at that time, stating that they were working through the logistics of the visit and viewed it "not only as an opportunity to be recognized for our on-field achievements, but also as an opportunity to engage in productive dialogue with the leaders of our country". "You know, some owner is going to do that".