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If you wanted some size 5XL Philadelphia Eagles gear, you may have missed out.
Andy Reid sold off some his old Philly memorabilia as he starts anew with the Kansas City Chiefs this season. Reid and his wife purged their old Eagles gear to raise money for the Harriton High School football team and Laurel House, a shelter and anti-domestic violence agency, according to Philly.com.
Check out the photos below to see some of the goods the longtime former Eagles coach had up for sale after 14 seasons in Philly. It included anything and everything in Eagles midnight green.
Andy's cowboy (boooooooo!) boots. #AndyReidyardsale http://t.co/9yjpp69IVE
Chris Johnson (@chrisjohnsonjr) May 11, 2013 Andy's ice cream. #AndyReidyardsale http://t.co/otJIzTKFio
Chris Johnson (@chrisjohnsonjr) May 11, 2013 Socks, ruler, 5XL shorts and duct tape. #AndyReidyardsale http://t.co/E1f7YzsANr
Chris Johnson (@chrisjohnsonjr) May 11, 2013 Andy's shower shoes. #AndyReidyardsale http://t.co/O1KS2RORgd
Chris Johnson (@chrisjohnsonjr) May 11, 2013 Andy's board games. #AndyReidyardsale http://t.co/ofQg0io1Ae
Chris Johnson (@chrisjohnsonjr) May 11, 2013 Andy's bedside lamp. #AndyReidyardsale http://t.co/0ulavWFqvE
Chris Johnson (@chrisjohnsonjr) May 11, 2013
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