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Topic - David Vobora
A federal judge has ordered a Florida supplements company to pay more than $5.4 million to St. Louis Rams linebacker David Vobora.
St. Louis Rams linebacker David Vobora was awarded $5.4 million in his lawsuit against a Florida supplements maker. More important, Vobora said his reputation has been restored.
Sam Bradford is looking pretty scruffy these days. A few more days and he can shave.
"I've taken a lot of pride into my hard work getting everything that's coming my way," Vobora said. "To have it all tarnished, it really flips your world upside down."
More important, Vobora said his reputation has been restored.