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Rams linebacker Vobora wins $5.4 million in suit

St. Louis Rams linebacker David Vobora scored a $5.4 million judgment in his lawsuit against a fitness supplement company over a failed drug test.
St. Louis federal Judge Rodney Sippel issued the order Friday against the company, S.W.A.T.S.
Vobora alleged that the “Ultimate Sports Spray” sold by S.W.A.T.S. was contaminated with a steroid and caused him to fail a 2009 drug test. (The company’s acronym stands for “Sports With Alternatives to Steroids.”) After Vobora tested positive for steroids, the Rams suspended him for four games without pay.
The order awarded Vobora more than $3 million for a loss of future income and $2 million for damage to Vobora’s reputation. The remainder was for the loss of salary, bonuses and marketing endorsements.

Earlier stories about the case can be found here and here.

The case is David Vobora v. S.W.AT.S., Mitch Ross and DOES 1-30, 4:10-cv-00810.