An MRI confirmed that Flacco tore both his ACL and MCL in Sunday's win over the Rams, ESPN's Jamison Hensley reports.
Per the report, coach John Harbaugh noted that indications at this stage are that Flacco will be ready for training camp next season, but in the meantime, the Ravens will turn to veteran signal-caller Matt Schaub and a backup to be named later.
Forsett, who suffered a broken right arm Sunday, is undergoing surgery Monday, the Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec reports.
Though the running back is done for the season and presumably headed for IR, coach John Harbaugh noted Monday of Forsett that he "would expect Justin back next year full speed and ready to go." In the meantime, Javorius Allen will step in as the Ravens' starting running back, with Raheem Mostert and Terrance West in the mix to see complementary work in the team's backfield moving forward.
Bills head coach Rex Ryan said Tuesday that Taylor (right shoulder/collarbone) should be able to play in Sunday's game against the Chiefs, WGR 550's Mike Schopp reports.
The Bills apparently got some good news Tuesday morning, as Ryan didn't sound nearly this confident in the immediate aftermath of Monday's game. Taylor repeatedly clutched at his right collarbone late in the contest, but the injury didn't actually appear to impact his accuracy or arm strength. If he's ultimately unable to play, E.J. Manuel will likely get the nod.
Coach Rex Ryan says Williams (knee) has a 50-50 chance to return this season.
Williams is a Pro Bowl player and he's always been worth every bit of those honors, so it'd be a big loss for the defense if he's unable to return this season. Fortunately, the Bills have three other very capable and healthy linemen in Marcell Dareus, Mario Williams, and Jerry Hughes, though it looks like the hope of the foursome being the league's best this season may be fading thanks to Kyle Williams' injury.