The Broncos honored murdered cornerback Darrent Williams yesterday, opening the Boys and Girls Club teen center in Montbello that carries his name. Williams was 24 when he died in a drive-by shooting at Eleventh and Speer Boulevard on New Year’s Day last year. Police have yet to arrest a suspect. Mother Rosalind Williams told the crowd she’s not done working in her son’s memory — she plans similar projects all over the country that will help “stop the violence.” A week ago, a larger-than-life statue of Williams went up in front of the club. It’s a place where kids can do homework, play sports, or just hang out.
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