Summary: While Brohm is a restricted Free-Agent he is included on this list based on the fact that retaining him is an equally important decision. Based on his status the Bills can make the rest of their roster decisions and then decide what to do with him.
Past Achievements: Brohm had an illustrious collegiate career, which at some points had him projected as an early first round pick. There was even a point at which he drew comparisons to Jim Kelly http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/story/10538767 . Perhaps following suit he even wore Kelly's number 12 in college.
Salary Demands: Brian, possibly thankful for the Bills giving him a shot after his lackluster performances with the Packers, may give the Bills a hometown discount, if they want to keep him around.
Potential: While its not quite safe to say that Brohm hasn't got a fair shake, as he has had two starts under his belt, his inability to beat out Trent Edwards and Ryan Fitzpatrick speaks volumes about his challenges as a professional. That being said, the man has some serious talent, he's just been really good at hiding it for his entire professional career. Out of the Quarterbacks on the Bills current roster Brohm has the highest ceiling.
Final Verdict: It is time to let Brohm find his way with a different team. Despite his potential he is not the best fit for a Gailey offense and the Bills will likely bring in a QB during the draft or in Free Agency. His best bet is to catch on with a team like Colts, 49ers or Patriots.