Harvin missed eight games, including the Vikings' playoff loss, with a sprained ankle and was at odds with the organization over being placed on injured reserve and without a long-term contract. Minnesota dealt him to Seattle, which was more than happy to bestow him with a six-year, $67 million contract. The deal includes $25.5 million in guaranteed money, and the Seahawks can only hope Harvin can stay healthy. He plays with a reckless style that leaves him vulnerable to injury, and Harvin has played in all 16 regular-season games just once in his first four seasons. But it's that reckless style that also makes him so dangerous as an open-field runner. Harvin caught 62 passes in just nine games last season, doing almost all of his damage at, behind or just past the line of scrimmage. Expect the Seahawks to be very creative in their use of Harvin, who can line up in the slot, out wide or even in the backfield -- which could be very entertaining with dynamic dual-threat quarterback Russell Wilson.