Dont'a Hightower won't visit White House because he's 'been there, done that'

Dont'a Hightower won't visit White House because he's 'been there, done that'

Dont'a Hightower won't visit White House because he's 'been there, done that'

Put linebacker Dont'a Hightower down as another New England Patriot who isn't going to the White House when the National Football League team celebrates its Super Bowl victory with the traditional trip to visit the president of the United States.

Patriots linebacker Dont'a Hightower said Tuesday on SportsCenter that he will not be making the trip, either.

The tight end isn't the only Patriot that will be sitting on the sidelines.

"I'll collaborate later on in life but like right now [I'm] just trying to enjoy this right now".

And, the mayor said, if the president invited him to the White House to talk about policies, he would go to represent Bostonians and "express my concern. about some of the actions he's taken".

The number of team members absent may grow.

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Bennett, who uses his Twitter account to champion social justice, slammed Kanye West for meeting with Trump in December. People know how I feel about it.

Running back James White might also steer clear of the engagement, but he's still on the sidelines, so to speak.

During the festivities, Bennett was joined in his protest by McCourty, who sent a text message from the bus to Time magazine to say he would not be attending the White House event as he would not feel "accepted". Last year's ceremony, honoring the Broncos, happened in June.

At the same time, the players are not the first to skip sports championship celebrations at the White House.

Brady two years ago skipped a White House visit with Obama, citing a family obligation.

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