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The Eagles are on the bye this week, but that didn't stop them from getting into the Halloween spirit. The Eagles Kids Club hosted its Halloween Party at Lincoln Financial Field and Eagles players spent time at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia for the annual party ahead of today. Check out the best photos from both events.

Kids Club Halloween Party

Hundreds of members of the Eagles Kids Club took over Lincoln Financial Field last Sunday for this exclusive members-only event that featured a mysterious Halloween creatures show presented by Elmwood Park Zoo, pumpkin painting, magic shows, interactive games, tours of the field and locker room, appearances by the Eagles Cheerleaders, SWOOP and Drumline and, last but not least, plenty of candy to get a jump on the Halloween season.

The 2015 Kids Club Halloween Party was fun for all ages with pumpkin picking, trick-or-treating, dancing and more! View the full gallery here...

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Halloween Party

The Halloween spirit was in the air last Monday at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia after a special visit from a few Ninja Turtles and Ghostbusters. However, these characters were actually a few familiar faces in disguise.

Trey Burton, Donnie Jones, Cody Parkey and Mark Sanchez kicked off the October holiday dressed in their favorite costumes as they co-hosted a Halloween party with Eagles Care partner Little Smiles, Inc. In the bright atrium of the hospital, the four players signed autographs and took pictures with their newest friends. They also set up "trick-or-treat" stations where they gave out Eagles capes, key chains, pencils, crayons and other goodies to the families at the hospital.

"We have such a good relationship with CHOP and the Eagles, so it makes it fun," Sanchez said. "It seems like every month there's something going on here. Every chance we get to come here and meet some of these kids and kind of take their mind off everything going on in their lives, it gives them a little break whether we talk about football or Halloween costumes. It's great for the players, too, because we take a lot away from this and it keeps everything in perspective."

On the team's day off, Trey Burton, Donnie Jones, Cody Parkey and Mark Sanchez spent the afternoon celebrating Halloween at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia with Eagles Care partner Little Smiles ...

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