Javon Walker still can't go full-speed at practice, but he's getting there.
The Denver Broncos wide receiver hasn't played since Week 3 because of an injured right knee. He underwent surgery on the knee in mid-October.
Walker says he ran around a little bit yesterday, and whenever the coaches feel comfortable with him getting out there and practicing -- that's what he'll do.
Walker shined for the Broncos early in the season, catching 17 passes for 220 yards in the team's first two games. His effectiveness was limited in the team's third game of the season against Jacksonville, though, as he had only two catches for 10 yards.
He hasn't seen the field since.
Broncos coach Mike Shanahan hasn't said whether Walker will be available for Monday night's game against Tennessee.
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