Patriots Players Plan To Skip White House Visit

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Previous to winning Super Bowl LIII, many Patriots players took the diplomatic route when answering the question of whether they would make the traditional White House celebratory visit. But now that New England has that sixth victory under their belt, many have updated their response if invited. Devin and Jason McCourty both said no to the potential trip on Monday, while Duron Harmon told TMZ Sports, “They don’t want me in the White House.” After winning the Super Bowl two years ago, 34 players made the trek to Washington DC, but absent was quarterback Tom Brady, who cited family matters. There has been no word from the Brady camp on this year’s plan, says the Daily News. What do you think is going to happen with the visit this year?

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