"We are in the process of working through the logistics of a trip to Washington D.C., including a visit to the White House on June 5," an Eagles spokesman told Garafolo on Thursday.
The announcement from the Eagles comes on the same day White House deputy press secretary Lindsay Walters confirmed the June 5 invitation had been extended to the team.
The invitation date lands in the middle of Philadelphia's organized team activities, which are scheduled from June 4-7.
It remains to be seen which Eagles players will attend the ceremony, a celebration of the team's 41-33 victory over the New England Patriots. Eagles players Malcolm Jenkins and Chris Long have previously said they will not attend the celebration. Former Eagles wide receiver Torrey Smith also said he does not plan to attend.