Already, a growing list of Eagles are refusing a White House visit.

After his big win, Philadelphia’s Malcolm Jenkins was asked if he schemes on visiting the White House — an invite traditionally offered to the players of every Super Bowl-winning team.

Jenkins is part of the Players Coalition — an effort by NFL athletes to take action on systemic issues and injustices facing Americans of colour. With a White House occupant who’s railed against athletes protesting police barbarism and urged fans to boycott the NFL, is Jenkins on board visiting 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue?

Malcolm Jenkins. Photo by Elsa/ Getty Images.

“No, I personally do not anticipate[ going to the White House ], ” Jenkins answered on CNN’s New Day on Feb. 5, which you can watch below.