Breaking down quarterback market for Bills

The Buffalo Bills could be in the market for another quarterback, with only two rookies -- EJ Manuel and Jeff Tuel -- remaining on their roster after Saturday's cuts.

Buffalo's roster stands at 50 players as of Saturday evening, giving them three roster spots to fill.

Here's a look at quarterbacks who were waived either Friday or Saturday. The claiming deadline for any of these players is noon Sunday:

Jimmy Clausen (Carolina Panthers; injured)

Aaron Corp (Miami Dolphins; injured)

Dayne Crist (Baltimore Ravens)

Austin Davis (St. Louis Rams)

Ryan Griffin (New Orleans Saints)

Chandler Harnish (Indianapolis Colts)

Mike Kafka (Jacksonville Jaguars)

G.J. Kinne (Philadelphia Eagles)

Thad Lewis (Buffalo Bills)

Greg McElroy (New York Jets; injured)

Matt Scott (Jacksonville Jaguars)

John Skelton (Cincinnati Bengals)

Rusty Smith (Tennessee Titans)

Alex Tanney (Dallas Cowboys)

Tim Tebow (New England Patriots)

And here is the list of quarterbacks who, with four or more seasons of experience, are not subject to waivers. The Bills can sign any of these players at any point:

David Carr (New York Giants)

Dennis Dixon (Philadelphia Eagles)

Trent Edwards (Chicago Bears)

Caleb Hanie (Baltimore Ravens)

Matt Leinart (Buffalo Bills)

Jordan Palmer (Chicago Bears)

Brady Quinn (Seattle Seahawks)

Seneca Wallace (San Francisco 49ers)

Vince Young (Green Bay Packers)