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Dolphins CEO Dee takes same role with baseball's Padres

Miami to use headhunter firm to search for his replacement. Terry McCormick

Print This July 17, 2013, 12:56 PM EST
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Miami Dolphins CEO Mike Dee will leave the club in a move expected to be announced today to take a similar position with Major League Baseball's San Diego Padres, per the Miami Herald.

Dee will stay on for about a month until he transitions into his new job across the country.

Dee, who has run the non-football side of the Dolphins operation since 2009, previously worked for the Padres from 1995-2002.

The Dolphins have hired a "headhunter" firm to find a replacement for Dee. General manager Jeff Ireland will continue to run the football side of the Dolphins' operation. Both Ireland and the to-be-hired CEO will report to owner Stephen Ross.

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Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com

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