It is worth noting, given the battle of optics between some NFL players and the 45th president, there could be -- at least in theory -- a chance a Super Bowl-winning team that isn’t fully embracing a certain type of politics might not be invited to the White House at all.
Thirty-four players attended the White House to meet with President Donald Trump after last year’s Super Bowl. While similar to the number George W. Bush received while in office, it was slightly down from when Barack Obama was president.
Of note, since they were the first NFL franchise to visit a Trump White House, Patriots owner Robert Kraft is a supporter, of the president, having donated $1 million to Trump's inaugural celebrations.
Anyway, politics are always a touchy subject for people who prefer everyone to just stick to sports. That being said, fully expect more players to make their intentions be known, if not prior to the Super Bowl, then after it.