The appeal of giving up draft picks for a player like Harvin is his youth. At 24 he is almost as young as the guy we will be drafting in those rds but unlike any draft pick he is a known commodity. The vikings traded their 25th pick and a 7th rd pick with a conditional mid rd pick next year. I'm thinking we could have gotten Harvin for our 39th, a higher 7th and Washington with our 4th from next year. Trading Washington cuts the cap hit from Harvin's contract in half for 13 and 14 and makes the deal appealing to the Vikings because suddenly they are in need of a play maker outside for Ponder. Harvin's deal is for almost $10M a year but it is for 7 years and given his age he can be good for all those years. A nice compliment to Britt and Wright he also can do things out of the backfield which softens the blow of losing CJ next year if we decide to do that. Just wondering. The 2nd rd is a likely rd for drafting a WR and Harvin would have looked nice in a titans uniform.