Eagles’ Doug Pederson ‘was looking forward’ to Donald Trump, White House visit

The Eagles were supposed to be at the White House on Tuesday afternoon. When President Donald Trump canceled their trip to Washington DC to celebrate winning Super Bowl LII, the Eagles instead scheduled a light practice.

Eagles coach Doug Pederson insists the White House wasn’t even discussed. He didn’t want to discuss it much on Wednesday before an Offseason Team Activity session at NovaCare Complex, either.

It’s over, Pederson said. It’s behind us. We’re moving on.

When you own teams when wagering is taking place, other games could have an impact on how your team performs, Sweeney, D-Gloucester, told NJ Advance Media. You’re not supposed to have both sides.

The Senate president pointed to the story of former baseball star Pete Rose, who was banned from Major League Baseball for betting on the game while he was the manager of the Cincinnati Reds.

He swears he never bet on his own team, Sweeney, a Reds fan, noted. Why is he banned then?

Kelly may have jumped the gun on the announcement as ESPN initially said that no final choice had been made, but Adam Schefter reports that his employers will make it official on Monday. The event will be broadcast live on July 18.

God willing I’ll be there, Kelly said, via Mike Rodak of ESPN.com.

Kelly is the second former Bills player to receive the award. Kevin Everett received it in 2008 after learning to walk again in the wake of a spinal injury suffered during the 2007 season.

He reported to the team shortly before the regular season began, missing the first game.

The four-time Pro Bowl selection also skipped most of the Rams’ offseason program and organized team activities last year.

Although he showed up for last season’s mandatory minicamp, he didn’t participate in the team drills, instead doing individual work and staying on the sidelines.

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