Vikings players visit kids at Shriners Hospitals for PLAY 60

Minnesota Vikings players Nick Easton, Kevin McDermott, Jeremiah Sirles and Aviante Collins spent some time with the kids at Shriners Hospitals for Children Monday during the PLAY 60 All-Ability event.

During the event, kids of all abilities got to take part in activities like ultimate football and other fitness stations.

The NFL's program PLAY 60 is celebrating 10 years of getting kids active for 60 minutes every day. Unfortunately, children with mobility challenges are less likely to be as active as their peers, which can lead to obesity, lack of strength and other health issues. So, Shriners Hospitals for Children teamed up with the NFL to have some fun while staying healthy.