Which Patriots players are at White House to meet President Trump, which aren’t?
|04.19.17 at 2:06 pm ET|
The Patriots are in Washington D.C. visiting the White House and President Trump on Wednesday for their win in Super Bowl LI.
Based off social media pictures sent out by the team, we’ve been able to spot who is in attendance and who isn’t. Tom Brady is the biggest notable not in attendance, as he posted on social media he is with his family as his parents celebrate their wedding anniversary.
Here are a list of the players who are in attendance: Brandon King, Kyle Van Noy, Jordan Richards, Matthew Slater, Eric Rowe, Geneo Grissom, Elandon Roberts, D.J. Foster, Shea McClellin, Joe Thuney, Ted Karras, Jonathan Jones, Cyrus Jones, Jabaal Sheard, James Develin, Julian Edelman, Jimmy Garoppolo, David Andrews, Marcus Cannon, Cameron Fleming, Stephen Gostkowski, Rob Gronkowski, Jacoby Brissett, Sebastian Vollmer, Chris Hogan, Nate Ebner, Malcolm Mitchell, Matt Lengel, Nate Solder, Glenn Gronkowski, Barkevious Mingo, Justin Coleman, Rob Ninkovich, Joe Cardona and Trey Flowers.
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— New England Patriots (@Patriots) April 19, 2017
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