The Miami Dolphins are desperate to upgrade their offense, which ranked just 27th out of a possible 32 overall during the 2012 NFL season. Rumors persist that the Dolphins are finally going to make a splash this offseason, with wide receiver being the most necessary positional upgrade. If Miami is going to compete in the AFC East, it knows that arming quarterback Ryan Tannehill with some offensive weapons is a must going forward. Just do not expect to see the Minnesota Vikings trade Percy Harvin to the Dolphins to fulfill this upgrade.
Harvin is an extremely talented player on offense. He is explosive, elusive and a game changer all over the field. Harvin can line up in the backfield, wide out or in the slot, as well as make an impact on special teams in the return game. Had he not gotten hurt last season, he was on pace to finish toward the top of the league in both reception and receiving yards, and that was with a weak passing game. But, as good as Harvin is, he is not a good fit for the Dolphins.