The state of Nevada doesn’t agree with Michael Vick. There was the public backlash from his appearance at a local Toyota dealership over the weekend. And now this: J.O. Sports Company is suing Vick, alleging that he failed to live up to an agreement that paid the quarterback $101,500. Among the claims: Vick didn’t provide game-worn equipment and didn’t attend private signings, as laid out in the contract. But Vick’s side says that it terminated its relationship with Jarrod Oldridge of J.O. Sports in October 2011 after learning that Oldridge had been indicted for fraudulent business practices. He was accused, among other things, of doctoring jerseys to make them appear game-worn to increase the value.