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Andy Reid sells his Eagles past

Dinnerware and luggage are on the list of items being sold off for charity. We suggest a few others.

Andy Reid and his family, having accumulated 14 years of Eagles crap in their Main Line home, are having a moving sale to benefit the Harriton High School football team and Laurel House, a shelter dedicated to ending domestic violence. The sale is Saturday at Harriton, and you can read the details here.

All manner of stuff will be up for sale, new and "nearly new" dinnerware and luggage and jewelry and Christmas decorations and autographed items and whatnot that the Reids don't feel like shipping to Kansas City. But there was no mention of the stuff I would really love to bid on:

-- The blocking sled that Reid made poor George Hegamin push as punishment before releasing him that first summer of 1999.

-- Reid's copy of the book, "Football Time Management." (Near mint condition; lightly used).

-- The receipt from the In-N-Out burger restaurant where Freddie Mitchell convincned him to draft him in the first round; includes a Mitchell autograph.

-- The pros and cons list that Reid made before deciding that it was a good idea to make Juan Castillo his defensive coordinator. (First pro: "Saves the club on relocation expenses.")

-- The cot Reid slept on in his office at the NovaCare Complex.

-- Reid's collection of Tommy Bahama catalogues (full set, 2001-present).

-- Headset he used to communicate with Donovan McNabb (Note: shorted out; only works intermittently.)

Anything else you'd like to bid on?