Watch: Eagles Rookies Go to CHOP to Spread Halloween Spirit

When college players transition to the NFL, it's tough enough just trying to learn a playbook. Soon enough, they find out they are asked to do things above and beyond the call of duty - carrying veterans' gear off the practice field, bringing them beverages and singing in front of their peers.

On Tuesday, they did a little community service.

First-year players dressed up like super heroes and visited Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. There, they gave out treats and celebrated Halloween with patients who won't be able to leave the hospital to go trick-or-treating.

Needless to say, some players' costumes were a little too snug on them and others were left feeling a bit uncomfortable.

Watch the video above to hear some of the highlights from today's festivities.

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