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Davie, FL (SportsNetwork.com) - The Miami Dolphins have hired former New York Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum to a position in the front office. The Dolphins said Tuesday that Tannenbaum will be the executive vice president of football operations beginning Feb. 1. It was a hard decision from a standpoint that my business is going really well, Tannenbaum said in a conference call with South Florida media Tuesday. I built it with some really great people, but football is in my blood. I spent two years away from it and I missed it dearly. I missed the competition, I missed getting in the foxhole with a bunch of people that are committed to a cause. Tannenbaum joined the Dolphins as a consultant in August and has been working as an agent. He and coach Joe Philbin will both report to Dolphins owner Stephen Ross, the team said. General manager Dennis Hickey, who was hired last January, will report to Tannenbaum and will continue to lead the personnel and scouting departments and have control of the 53-man roster. The Jets fired Tannenbaum in December 2012 after the team went 57-55 in his seven seasons on the job, which included back-to-back trips to the AFC title game. He had worked for the Jets since 1997. I am excited that Mike Tannenbaum has joined the organization full time, Dolphins owner Stephen Ross said in a statement. He is an experienced executive and leader who understands all facets of the sports landscape. During his time as a consultant this past season, I was able to see his impact first-hand through his commitment and passion for innovation and using every possible avenue to find competitive edges. The Dolphins were 8-8 for the second season in a row and havent made the playoffs since 2008, the last time they had a winning record. 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VANCOUVER -- Clarence Denmark caught a 37-yard touchdown pass, and Lirim Hajrullahu kicked five field goals as the upstart Winnipeg Blue Bombers thumped the B.C. Lions 23-6 on Friday night. The Blue Bombers (4-1) moved into a three-way tie for first place in the West Division with Calgary and Edmonton. Winnipeg has already exceeded its entire 2013 victory total. The Lions dropped to 2-3 as they struggled to deal with a Winnipeg defence that sacked B.C. quarterback Kevin Glenn five times and intercepted two of his passes. The Lions only recorded two sacks on Winnipeg quarterback Drew Willy, who produced decent numbers but had trouble getting his team into the end zone. Willy completed 18 of 26 passes for 250 yards and one interception along with the TD. Receiver Nick Moore had a strong night against his former B.C. squad, catching seven passes for 99 yards. Glenn connected on 18 of 31 passes for 232 yards as Winnipeg secured the win with 14 unanswered points in the third quarter. B.C. only mustered a pair of field goals from Paul McCallum. Willy tried to exert his presence at the beginning of the game as he attempted a long bomb to Denmark on the second play from scrimmage. But Lions defensive back Ryan Phillips knocked the ball down as he and a teammate were applying double coverage. Hajrullahu put the Bombers on the scoreboard first as he booted a field goal at 6:25 of the first quarter after both teams struggled to get their offences going early. Hajrullahu doubled Winnipegs lead to 6-0 with a 27-yard field goal just under six minutes later. Winnipeg threatened to score early in the second quarter as B.C. penalties helped the Bombers advance. But Lions defensive back Cord Parks prevented Romby Bryant from getting his hands on a pass in the end zone, and Adam Bighill stuffed Willy on a quarterback-draw attempt. As a result, Winnippeg had to settle for another field goal, this time from 33 yards out.dddddddddddd The Lions threatened to get in the end zone late in the second quarter. A Tim Brown punt return and Winnipeg face masking penalty on the same play spurred a drive to the Blue Bombers three-yard line. But Glenn overthrew Manny Arceneaux and the Lions had to settle for an 11-yard field goal, reducing their deficit to 9-3. B.C.s defence came up big in the final minute of the second quarter. Thanks to three consecutive completions by Willy and a pass interference penalty on B.C., the Blue Bombers advanced to the Lions 23-yard line. However, B.C. held backup QB Rob Marve on third-and-one, forcing a turnover on downs and setting up a drive that led to an 11-yard McCallum field goal on the final play of the first half to reduce their deficit to 9-6. Both clubs virtually matched each others net yardage in the first 30 minutes, with the Blue Bombers earning only one yard more. But penalties proved costly for B.C. in the first half as they committed eight infractions worth 62 yards compared to only four worth 25 by Winnipeg. The Blue Bombers were able to increase their lead to 23-6 in the third quarter as Hajrullahu booted field goals of 51 and 49 yards and supplied a 63-yard kick-off single before Willy threw a 37-yard touchdown pass to Denmark. The Lions fourth-quarter comeback hopes were hurt after Glenn was sacked by Bryant Turner. But Lions defensive lineman Alex Bazzie earned some payback by sacking Willy to force a punt with about eight minutes remaining. Notes: Attendance was 25,321. à The Lions retired all-time CFL leading receiver Geroy Simons jersey and inducted him into the clubs Ring of Honour at half-time. à Moore played against his former B.C. team for the first time since leaving as a free agent in the off-season. 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