#SportsReport: New York Giants Face Redskins Tonight

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Date sent: 2017/11/24 09:20:17
Quarterback Paxton Lynch is getting <a href=""></a> another chance to start for the Denver Broncos Sunday against the Raiders. The former first-round pick failed to win the job outright under two different coaching staffs but takes over again because of the Broncos' six-game losing streak, their longest in 27 years. The quarterback change comes after offensive coordinator Mike McCoy was let go and replaced by Bill Musgrave.
In other NFL news:
— The 49ers are planning to give rookie C.J. Beathard his fifth consecutive start Sunday against the Seahawks, That means Jimmy Garoppolo will likely be the backup for at least another week after being acquired in a trade with the Patriots at the Oct. 31 deadline.
— Wide receiver Josh Gordon practiced Wednesday with the Browns for the first time since the 2016 preseason. Gordon was conditionally reinstated by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell earlier this month after being suspended numerous times for violating the league's substance abuse policy.
— Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler remains in the concussion protocol but hasn't yet been ruled out of Sunday's game at New England. Matt Moore would make his second start of the season for the 4-6 Dolphins if Cutler doesn't play.
— Bills coach Sean McDermott says Tyrod Taylor will start at quarterback in Kansas City on Sunday, a week after his decision to start rookie Nathan Peterman backfired. Peterman threw five interceptions in a 54-24 loss at the Chargers last Sunday.
— The Texans have placed rookie running back D'Onta Foreman on injured reserve and claimed veteran Andre Ellington off waivers from Arizona. Foreman ruptured his left Achilles tendon Sunday against the Cardinals.
— Jets running back Matt Forte remains sidelined with an ailing knee and is uncertain to play Sunday against the Panthers.
— Patriots quarterback Tom Brady sat <a href=""></a> out practice Wednesday with what the team says is an Achilles tendon injury.
— The Chiefs have signed seven-time Pro Bowl cornerback Darrelle Revis though it is unclear when he'll be ready to play.
— The Lions have added 37-year-old defensive end Dwight Freeney off waivers from Seattle.

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