PITTSBURGH - The newest members of the Pittsburgh Steelers spent the day Monday at Children's Hospital meeting with some of their youngest fans.
They visited with patients and their families; playing games and creating crafts in the Eat 'n Park Atrium.
Players also signed autographs and posed for pictures.
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The most familiar face among the Steelers was rookie running back James Conner, the former University of Pittsburgh star who knows what it's like to spend time in a hospital.
Conner is a cancer survivor. He battled Hodgkin's lymphoma during his junior year at Pitt.
Meeting with the Steelers allows the children a break from the stress of their cancer fight. One of them was all smiles as he danced with rookie wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster.
As part of the visit, the Steelers organization donated fidget-spinners with the team's logo to pass out to patients.
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