Here it is one week after the last game of the NFL season was played and Minnesota wide receiver Percy Harvin is at the top of the headlines again like he was before the season started.

Think about it, with all the noise and hype Harvin likes to raise in the offseason, his lackluster play on the field and injury-prone seasons have trumped all the racket the media makes about him.

Over his four seasons in the league, Harvin has played in all 16 games once, in 2011.

Over his first two seasons he only missed three games, but did not finish many of those starts due to migraine headaches and other nagging injuries.

The 2012 season was by far his worst season on the field that stared off promising after Harvin entered training camp unhappy. In nine games he caught 62 of his 85 targeted passes for 677 yards, and three touchdowns. He also took a kickoff 105 yards to the house for a score.

Over his short career in the league Harvin has shown that he can be a big-time player when he is in the mood to play football. In four seasons, he has 280 catches for 3,302 yards, and 20 touchdowns.

The best thing for Harvin and the Vikings is to move on with a nice parting gifts from each party. If they can't come to a balance somewhere for the 2013 season to be successful, here are five teams that should consider picking Harvin up.