Michael Vick inks deal with memorabilia company

by Shayan Mondegari on Dec.22, 2010, under ALL, NFL

We knew Philadelphia Eagles QB Michael Vick would start getting more endorsements now that he is arguably the most elite quarterback in the NFL. In fact, Michael Vick has scored his second deal of the year (The first being with New Jersey Car Dealership, Woodbury Nissan).

So who’s the new endorsement with? J.O. Sports, an emerging sports memorabilia firm based in Nevada. CNBC’s Darren Rovell reports that J.O. Sports Co. is selling Vick autographed 8-by-10 photos for $139, autographed mini helmets for $199, autographed NFL official footballs for $349, autographed Riddell pro helmets for $599 and autographed pro jerseys for $399.

J.O. Sports is the initials of the company’s owner Jarrod Oldridge, who started building the company seven years ago while working out of his house. He made a name for the company by signing 13 game-used jersey deals with NFL teams and selling them like no company has before: Completely unwashed.

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