Harvin is likely going to take a one-year deal somewhere, where he can re-establish his value. New England makes a lot of sense considering the stability of the franchise, offensive firepower, and history of taking on guys with character concerns.
In 2014, Harvin has caught 51 passes for 483 yards receiving while contributing another 202 yards on 33 carries (6.1 YPC) and two total touchdowns over the course of 13 games.
Pro Football Focus has him rated as the No. 34 receiver out of 110 qualifying players.