Evening notes: Marshall's testimony

The Denver Post has an account of Brandon Marshall’s intense testimony at the Darrent Williams murder trial on Friday. Marshall pointed out suspect Willie Clark as a man who argued with Marshall and Williams on the night Williams was murdered.

Witnesses said Marshall was involved in an argument with Clark and that evening at a nightclub and Marshall admitted he had words with Clark. Marshall later broke down on the stand.

Marshall may be on his way out of Denver, but this day will be remembered for a long time.

The Cowboys have no intention of trading running back Tashard Choice to San Diego.

Marshall and Denver’s other restricted free agents, including Elvis Dumervil and Kyle Orton, are expected to get one-year tenders and not long-term deals at this point.

NFL prospect Golden Tate gave high marks to new Kansas City offensive coordinator Charlie Weis and Tate’s former coach at Notre Dame.

Oakland has hired former safety Eddie Anderson in an undetermined role. Anderson is expected to work with players off the field.

Kent State will retire the basketball No. 44 of San Diego tight end Antonio Gates on Saturday night. Gates was an honorable mention All-American in 2003.

The University of North Florida honored Kansas City coach Todd Haley on Friday night as part of an alumni achievement event. Haley is at the combine in Indianapolis and was unable to attend the event.