Michael Vick is arguably the best quarterback in this years NFL free agency class, but that doesn't mean teams are lining up to offer him a contract.
The former Philadelphia Eagles play caller was ousted by Nick Foles last season but Vick still believes he has all the physical and technical abilities to be a starting QB in the NFL.
The Buffalo Bills however do not believe that the 33 year old is for them.
Whilst the franchise do have a much publicised problem at the quarterback position, ESPN writer Mike Rodak believes the organization would have no interest in Vick.
"Asked Friday by WGR 550 if the Bills planned on adding a veteran quarterback, general manager Doug Whaley said it's not something that's currently on his radar.
'At this time, no,' he said. 'But, again, we will keep all options open."
The Bills are happy to let E.J. Manuel grow and mature for the time being in the hope that he becomes a franchise player.
In addition to Manuel, the Bills have three more quarterbacks on the roster in the form of Thaddeus Lewis, Jeff Tuel and Dennis Dixon.
If Buffalo were about to make a splash in free agency then it wouldn't be on a quarterback. Former New England Patriots linebacker Brandon Spikes or a new target for current quarterback Manuel will be at the top of the list.