Evening AFC West news and notes


Posted by ESPN.com's Bill Williamson

  • Denver wide receiver Brandon Marshall spoke about the team's offseason and the trade of his friend, quarterback Jay Cutler, in a radio interview. Meanwhile, a league spokesman said Tuesday that an investigation into an offseason arrest of Marshall is still pending. He was arrested in February after a domestic dispute. However, charges were dropped shortly after.

  • Dallas owner Jerry Jones said Tuesday that defensive end Greg Ellis is likely on his way out of Dallas. Keep an eye on Kansas City and Denver as potential landing spots. He'd fit in with both defenses and he'd give both teams a big pass-rushing boost.

  • The Oakland Tribune looks at Oakland running back Michael Bush.

  • The Chiefs announced they will start training camp July 31. There is no joint workout with Minnesota scheduled. The two teams have worked out together in recent summers.