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Dolphins' Greene to oversee historical programs

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MIAMI (AP) -- Longtime Miami Dolphins media relations executive Harvey Greene has taken a new job as the team's vice president for historical affairs.

Greene, who has been with the Dolphins for 25 years, will develop initiatives and oversee programs that will highlight the team's heritage. It will expand historical displays and commemorations, including the franchise's upcoming 50th anniversary celebration.

Vice president of communications Jason Jenkins, who has been with the Dolphins for five years, will become their primary media contact.

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