St. Louis Rams linebacker David Vobora was awarded $ million by a . District Court Judge on Friday in a lawsuit against a Florida supplement maker. Vobora tested positive for methyltestosterone, a substance banned by the NFL, during the 2009 season. As a result he was suspended four games under the league's substance abuse policy. At the time Vobora claimed his innocence by saying the spray product he used was contaminated and that he was unaware it contained steroids. Vobora pursued a lawsuit against Anti-Steroid Program LLC, also known as . On Friday, . District Court Judge Rodney W. Sippel ruled in favor of Vobora, saying the company intentionally misrepresented the supplement against Missouri law.