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Andy And Tammy Reid Selling Some Unique Eagles Memorabilia At Charity Moving Sale

There's no word on if any of Andy's old, laminated play sheets will be up for sale. (credit: Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

There’s no word on if any of Andy’s old, laminated play sheets will be up for sale. (credit: Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

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By Mike DeNardo

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - Former Eagles head coach Andy Reid and his wife Tammy are having a moving sale this weekend for charity.

You spend 14 seasons in one place, you’re going to accumulate stuff. And now that Andy’s coaching in Kansas City, Tammy Reid says they’re selling hundreds of Eagles items.

“When you switch teams you have to switch everything,” she said. “I had a huge pile, and I thought ‘What can we do with this that will benefit someone?'”

The Reids’ moving sale is Saturday from 9 to noon at Harriton High benefits Harriton — where their boys played football — and the Laurel House shelter. So what’s for sale?

“There are so many unusual items. People will be like, ‘You’ve gotta be kidding me.’ There are Eagles birdhouse. There’s an Eagles tape measure, an Eagles helmet tape measure autographed by my husband.”

Even the pillowcase that Andy slept on in his office at the Linc.

“There’s one-of-a-kind jackets that he’s autographed.  There are my Eagles cowboy boots, one pair only of those!”

And there’s no throwing the challenge flag here — all sales are final.