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Denver is missing the slot position and a consistently reliable return man with Eddie Royal in San Diego.
And considering that Peyton Manning is under center, Percy Harvin would have an excellent time in the Mile High City. For one, the Broncos present a solid running game with Willis McGahee and rookie Ronnie Hillman.
At receiver, Demaryius Thomas and Eric Decker are the targets out wide and with Harvin in the slot, the Broncos field a complete offensive unit. Harvin is an upgraded version of Royal, as he gained 345 rushing yards last season (more than Royal's best on the ground) and included two scores.
Harvin will widen defenses and beat any single coverage over the middle to take pressure off Manning and allow the future Hall of Famer to dice up defenses. An eerily similar player to Pierre Garcon, Harvin can be used on receiver middle screen, bubble screens and reverses to keep opponents off balance.
His entire skill set will provide favorable matchups against Thomas and Decker in passing situations, and help the Broncos win the field position battle. Courtesy of his 2,609 career kickoff return yards, Harvin can get Denver excellent starting field position.
In short, that only makes Manning more dangerous to a defense.