OAKLAND, Calif. (KTVU) - The Oakland Raiders took some time out of their schedule to help young patients celebrate Halloween at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital.
Wide receiver Seth Roberts, who caught a game winning touchdown in overtime during the 30-24 win over the Buccaneers in Tampa attended the event, as well as defensive tackle Justin Ellis and starting safety Reggie Nelson.
Seth Roberts fittingly wore a Superman costume. Roberts told KTVU, "I love it. You know, just giving back to the kids. And having fun with them - just making their day. That's the biggest thing."
The kids spent time trick-or-treating through the hospital before meeting with the Raiders for a photo. Some of the kids asked for autographs.
This was the players only day off of the week and they just returned traveling from Florida Sunday night. They said it was important for them to be part of the event.