Jenkins, who raised his fist during the national anthem, was among the Eagles who had previously indicated they wouldn't attend the White House ceremony after the Eagles won the Super Bowl. "The Philadelphia Eagles do not kneel".
Wallace said in a statement released by Fox News on Tuesday that "To clarify, no members of the team knelt in protest during the national anthem throughout regular or post-season previous year". Though they may have to confront the question of whether to go to the White House, for most of the players, their patriotism would not be at issue. Noah said. "The Golden State Warriors wouldn't go previous year".
At the meeting, Trump said his wife "went through a little rough patch, but she's doing great".
Nutter added that President Trump "refuses" to acknowledge issues like police brutality and racism and only wants "photo ops and to play politics".
Curry raised Trump's ire previous year when he said he wouldn't go to the White House, prompting the President to disinvite him and the champion Golden State Warriors. Kaepernick protested by refusing to stand for the national anthem; Jenkins raised his fist.
He also said, "What you've seen and what you've heard is enough".
And while the president didn't actually say outright that Eagles players were kneeling during the national anthem, a lot of people made that jump.
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"It's just incredible. It is incredible", said Kerr, whose team leads the Cleveland Cavaliers 3-0 in the best-of-seven series.
In response to Trump's allegations, former Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Torrey Smith noted an Eagles player did not kneel last season.
Jenkins identified several players, including teammates Chris Long and Torey Smith, as "true patriots".
This isn't the first time Trump has "uninvited" a team to the White House.
In another statement from the White House, press secretary Sarah Sanders said the team attempted to renegotiate a visit, wasn't negotiating in good faith and the vast majority of the team had abandoned fans who wanted to attend the event. "I don't think anyone felt pressured either way". He has also has criticized the NFL's new policy, which prohibits players from kneeling/sitting on the field during the anthem.
Coach Doug Pederson said before practice that he was looking forward to going to the White House to be recognized as Super Bowl champions but he wouldn't further discuss details of the trip's breakdown.