UNIVERSITY CITY (WPVI) -- The Philadelphia Eagles are flying high with their 13-2 record and the number one seed in the NFC.
And when they're not on the field, they've been spending time giving back to their fans.
Running back Kenyon Barner, wide receiver Mack Hollins, and some of the team's cheerleaders visited the Ronald McDonald House in University City Tuesday night.
They played games, signed autographs, and just hung out with the families there for medical treatment.
"You got to make time, especially for kids. I'm a firm believer in giving back to the community, firm believer in giving back to kids," Barner said.
Barner says he still recalls the adults who made an impression on him as a child.
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Philadelphia Eagles visit Ronald McDonald House