Fans who wanted Andy Reid out as head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles can help him move.
Reid, who after 14 years with the Eagles was fired and then named head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs in January, is selling some of his stuff at Harriton High School on Saturday as he prepares his move to the Midwest.
"Andy and Tammy Reid are having a 'moving sale' and you're invited!" according to a news release from the Rosemont, Pa.-based high school.
Eagles-themed items will be on sale from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. inside the main of gym of the high school, where all five of Reid's children attended.
Autographed merchandise, new and used gear, jewelry, Christmas decorations, women's wear, luggage, household items as well as apparel from other teams and universities will all be sold, according to the school, as well as Tammy's "Everything Bling" jewelry line.
Eagles running back LeSean McCoy will also sign autographs for $25 each.
All proceeds will benefit the Laurel House, a shelter and anti-domestic violence agency, and the high school's football program.
Donations will be made in the name of Garrett Reid, the coach's oldest son, who died in August 2012 of a heroin overdose in the dorms of Lehigh University during Eagles training camp.
And, of course, "All sales are final," the statement read.