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  • Signs, words, actions prove Eagles not shaken by White House snub
    Malcolm Jenkins wrote his thoughts down, and his teammate spoke theirs, but their messages Wednesday were the same. Donald Trump's spin on the aborted White House visit is not true ... or their problem....
  • • Eagle Jenkins' signs speak louder than words
    A day after the White House disinvited the Eagles, Malcolm Jenkins responded with a series of handwritten signs instead of answering reporters' questions....
  • • WATCH: Jenkins responds to POTUS snub with series of hand-written signs
    There was a huge gathering of media assembled in the locker room of the Philadelphia Eagles on Wednesday, as everyone wanted to hear what the players had to say about President Donald Trump’s recent decision to cancel the team’s scheduled White House visit. One of the players who’s been at the forefront of the NFL’s social justice movement is Malco...
  • • Malcolm Jenkins uses only hand-written signs to react to White House snub
    Malcolm Jenkins on Wednesday reacted to President Donald Trump abruptly deciding to call off Tuesday’s White House ceremony during which the Philadelphia Eagles were supposed to be honored for their Super Bowl LII victory.However, Jenkins — one of the most outspoken players on the Eagles roster — opted for a unique method to deliver his message as ...
  • • WATCH: Jenkins conducts media session with signs about social injustice
    Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins said he would find new ways to protest in light of recent events stirred by the NFL and President Trump, and he has done so.On Wednesday, Jenkins conducted his session with the media using only large signs that detailed reasons behind protests and outlining some of the initiatives the Eagles — and Colin Ka...
  • • Jenkins issues thoughtful response to POTUS snub
    On Monday, less than 24 hours before a contingency of Philadelphia Eagles was scheduled to visit President Donald Trump at the White House to celebrate the team’s Super Bowl LII victory, that visit was shockingly canceled by President Trump.After taking time to reflect on this, one of the team’s most outspoken and active off-field leaders, Malcolm ...
  • All Eagles players, even Malcolm Jenkins and Chris Long, should visit White House, and this is why
    Several Philadelphia Eagles players (notably Malcolm Jenkins and Chris Long) are expected to skip their White House visit Tuesday to perform community service. But they should go see Donald Trump instead, and this is why.         ...
  • Eagles' Chris Long, Malcolm Jenkins rip NFL's 'clumsy' national anthem policy
    Both Chris Long and Malcolm Jenkins made their opposition to the NFL's national anthem policy clear, saying owners should have consulted players on the rule.         ...
  • • Chris Long, Malcolm Jenkins blast NFL’s new anthem policy
    Chris Long and Malcolm Jenkins on Tuesday blasted the NFL’s new national anthem policy, with the former calling it “dumb.” Given the two Philadelphia Eagles stars are among the most outspoken players in the league, the fact the two weighed on on the controversial issue is hardly surprising.NFL owners approved the new anthem policy last week that sp...
  • Some Eagles players plan White House visit alternatives
    Malcolm Jenkins is one of multiple players on last year's Super Bowl-winning Eagles team who will not be in attendance at the White House. But he has other actions in mind.         ...
  • • Eagles' White House visit to be up to each player
    The Philadelphia Eagles are coming off their greatest season in franchise history. Not only would they defeat the New England Patriots to claim their first-ever Super Bowl, they would defeat the New England Patriots to do so. Unsurprisingly, a White House invite has been extended to the champions. But head coach Doug Pederson isn’t going to force h...
  • • Doug Pederson confirms Eagles will visit White House; Carson Wentz to attend
    Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson confirmed on Tuesday that the team pay a visit the White House on June 5 after being formally invited last week to celebrate their Super Bowl LII victory. Carson Wentz also indicated in light of the decision, he will opt to attend as well. “I don’t view it as a political thing whatsoever,” Wentz said ahe...
  • Eagles accept invitation to celebrate Super Bowl title at White House on June 5
    Safety Malcolm Jenkins and defensive end Chris Long have said they would not attend an event at the White House, but the Eagles still plan to attend an event to celebrate their Super Bowl title.         ...
  • • Report: Eagles formally invited to White House on June 5
    The Philadelphia Eagles reportedly have been formally invited to celebrate their Super Bowl LII title at a White House ceremony on June 5.“We have been in contact with White House representatives and are currently discussing the logistics of an upcoming visit to Washington,” the Eagles told ESPN through a team spokesman, via Philly’s 6ABC. “We are ...
  • • Malcolm Jenkins thinks police may be making an example of Michael Bennett
    Malcolm Jenkins suspects that police may be making an example of Michael Bennett.Jenkins, a defensive leader for the Philadelphia Eagles, spoke to reporters at the team’s facility on Tuesday and was asked about Bennett’s latest legal issue.“From the outside looking in, not necessarily knowing all the details, but just kind of using common sense, it...

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