So far, so good for Selvin Young and Travis Henry.
“They should be ready to go,” Head Coach Mike Shanahan said after a practice that took place much earlier than normal for a Thursday at Dove Valley, with the Broncos wrapping up their work by 12:45 p.m. after hitting the field at just before 10:45 a.m.
“I’m ready to play,” said Young, who missed last week with a strained knee suffered in the Nov. 19 Monday Night Football win over the Tennessee Titans.
“My knee feels real good,” added Henry, who has been sidelined since suffering a partial tear of the posterior cruciate ligament in the Nov. 4 loss at Detroit.
Meanwhile, Brandon Stokley returned to full work after sitting out Wednesday’s session with a knee injury. Wide receiver Javon Walker also had a full practice, Shanahan said.
Running back Andre Hall missed a second consecutive day with a high ankle sprain.
“There might be a chance he’ll practice tomorrow,” Shanahan said.
Added Hall: “It will be all right. I’m going to hop around a little bit tomorrow. I did a little running today. It didn’t feel that bad.”
NOTES: Shanahan said he had not heard anything from the league regarding the outcome of Travis Henry’s appeal, which took place on Nov. 16 in Phoenix … The Sunday weather forecast in Oakland calls for partly cloudy skies and a high temperature of 56 degrees.