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Report: Only 1 Eagles Player Was Scheduled To Visit White House

Eagles helmets on the sidelines.

JACKSONVILLE, FL - AUGUST 24: A row of Philadelphia Eagles helmets rest on the sidelines before a game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at EverBank Field on August 24, 2013 in Jacksonville, Florida. (Photo by Brian Cleary/Getty Images)

Much has been made about the Philadelphia Eagles' visit to the white House to celebrate its Super Bowl victory over the New England Patriots - or the lack thereof, that is.

The Philadelphia Eagles were scheduled to visit the White House today to celebrate the franchise's first Super Bowl. That didn't

President Trump announced on Twitter on Monday night that the Eagles were no longer welcome to the White House. According to multiple reports, Philadelphia was set to send a small delegation, but Trump opted to shut that down.

A new report reveals only one Eagles player was scheduled to make the trip, with perhaps one other player joining him. Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles was the lone Eagle scheduled to make the trip, according to Mike Garafolo.

Here's the report, via Ian Rapoport.

The Eagles made the most of being uninvited to the White House.

Philadelphia reportedly opted to have an OTA day today with the team's schedule opening up.

This likely isn't the last we've heard of this story.