Andy Reid sells off Eagles gear for charity in enormous garage sale

If Andy Reid ever goes back to the Philadelphia Eagles for any reason, he's going to have to buy his swag all over again. Reid, who coached the Eagles from 1999 through 2012 and now does the same for the Kansas City Chiefs, held a memorabilia sale at Harriton High School in Rosemont, Penn., on Sunday. The sale was to benefit the school's football team and also Laurel House, a local anti-domestic violence agency.

"We've got anything that we wore or collected over the last 14 seasons of Eagles gear," Reid's wife Tammy told Angelo Cataldi of WIP-AM. "You know, jackets, shorts, pants, tops, sweatpants, my rain boots, my cowboy boots that have Eagles on 'em. Everything's autographed and ready to go.

"I had to sell all the green and silver and black stuff, you know? You gotta, 'Out with the old, in with the new.' Now, I'm red and gold."

Indeed. And in case you missed the sale and would like to know what was on the blocks, we have some interesting pics after the jump, courtesy of WIP Promotions Director Chris Johnson.

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