By ARMANDO SALGUEROasalguero@MiamiHerald.com
Before the draft, which he calls ``my Super Bowl,'' Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland admits he felt nervous, maybe even a little anxious. He felt prepared because the Miami front office typically is, and he also had his game face on because he's nothing if not intense.
But sometimes uncertainty is difficult to manage.
``I get nervous because you can't do anything about the guys that are going off the board before you, and there are a lot of guys on the board that you like
``Bill doesn't have that relationship with too many people. Most people would take it personal, and I don't. I just bark back at him. That's how it works.
``We collectively make a decision, and if we're not all three on board with it, it probably doesn't get made. That player is not selected.''
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross was in the same room with Parcells, Ireland and Sparano during this draft. When it was over, the owner asked Ireland how he felt.
``I feel good right now,'' Ireland responded.
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