After 14 seasons as head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, head coach Andy Reid and his wife were owners of plenty paraphernalia that held Eagles logos on them. From cowboy boots to bed sheets to crocs to even a bird house, the Reid's had it all. On Saturday, it was time to give it all away. The coach and his family decided to hold a big yard sale at the Harriton High School in Rosemont, Pennsylvania to sell off the family's former belongings now that coach Reid is in Kansas City. The clothes included were jackets, shorts, pants, tops, sweatpants, rainboots (which we're guessing were worn by Mrs. Reid), and many more. Everything was autographed and ready to be sold. What a bargain for Eagles fans to have the opportunity to collect such valuables from their former head coach and family. The event ran from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday.
To hold the yard sale the day before Mother's Day was a good idea as well. Some of Mrs. Reid's stuff seemed to be great gifts for someone who has a mother that is an Eagles fan. Boots for the winter, travel bags, and other accessories were all to be had for anybody that was interested. All proceeds were not pocketed by the Reid family, they were donated to the Laurel House – a shelter and anti-domestic violence agency, as well as the Harriton High School football team.
As the new head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs, coach Reid and his family will transition from Eagle green to Chiefs red with their new apparels and items.
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