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Ajit Narasimhan

Ajit Narasimhan is a former Sports and Managing Editor in the Dallas Texas and surrounding areas from 1999-2009. He is a three-time award winning writer. Following leaving the newspaper industry, he relocated to San Diego California, obtained his Paralegal Degree and has been working as a Senior Litigation Paralegal since 2009. He has been cited in numerous legal publications and was honored in the prestigious Sandford's "Who's Who" rising stars for the 2010 year. Mr. Narasimhan is additionally pursuing his juris doctorate, while working full-time.
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NFL Owners Sanctioned Thousands by Judge in Rams Case

St. Louis Circuit Court Judge Christopher McGraugh on Wednesday, fined four NFL team owners for failing to comply with his July order to turn...

NFLPA Will Petition NFL to Release Findings of Washington Football Investigation

The NFL Players Association said Tuesday that it plans to request that the NFL release the remainder of the 650,000 emails reviewed as part...

Judge Sees Fault In Both the NFL and La’el Collins In A Blistering 25-Page Opinion

On Friday the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas held a hearing to consider Dallas Cowboys Offensive Tackle La’el Collins’ request...

La’el Collins’ Request For A Temporary Restraining Order Is Denied Tuesday

BREAKING- Judge Amos Mazzant III denied Dallas Cowboys offensive tackle La’el Collins’ request for a temporary restraining order against the NFL and his bid...

Inside Raiders Coach Jon Gruden’s Shocking Emails

Jon Gruden, the former coach of the Las Vegas Raiders, abruptly resigned on October 11, 2021, following the release of another round of racist,...

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Facing bribery allegations, La'el Collins' teammate Dak Prescott comes to his defense

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