"Andy and Tammy Reid are having a 'moving sale' and you're invited!" states a news release from Harriton High School in Rosemont.

Eagles running back LeSean McCoy will also sign autographs as part the Saturday morning fund-raiser at the school attended by the five children of the ex-Eagles coach and his wife.

Proceeds benefit Laurel House, a shelter and anti-domestic violence agency, and Harriton High football, with those donations made in the name of the Reids' son Garrett, who was found dead of a heroin overdose in his dorm room at Eagles training camp in August 2012.

The 9 a.m. to noon sale in the main gymnasium will include "a variety of new and nearly-new gear, autographed merchandise, jewelry, Christmas decorations, women's wear, luggage, household items as well as apparel from other teams and universities" as well as "Tammy's Everything Bling jewelry line," according to the announcement.

McCoy autographs will cost $25 each.

The sale doesn't sound like an auction:

"Items are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Cash preferred. Credit cards accepted. All sales are final," the release states.

Reid, Eagles coach for 14 seasons, is now head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs.