Sky Kerstein grew up in Chantilly, Virginia and is a 2001 graduate of Chantilly High School. Sky graduated in 2005 from Western Michigan University where he was a communications major. Sky got his start in radio interning for WTOP sports and then became the Caps reporter for the Capitals Radio Network. Sky also was a producer for two years for Major League Baseball Network Radio on SiriusXM Radio. Sky has been the Capitals beat reporter at 106.7 The FAN since the stations switch to sports and has also covered the Redskins, Nationals & Wizards for The FAN. Sky also calls high school play by play for the Gameday Broadcast Network and has covered every professional team in the DC and Baltimore regions.
POSTS BY SKY KERSTEIN
The Redskins make a fourth quarter comeback and defeat the Baltimore Ravens 31-28 for their fourth win in a row, but the only thing anyone can talk about is the health of Robert Griffin III who left late in the fourth quarter with what they’re calling a “sprained right knee”.
The Washington Redskins held their first practice today in preparation for the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday as the Skins continue to battle injuries.
The Redskins have won three in a row, all against NFC East foes, and are right in the middle of the playoff hunt as they defeat the New York Giants 17-16 on Monday Night Football.
Linebacker London Fletcher (ankle) and left tackle Trent Williams (thigh) both missed practice once again today as the Redskins continue to prepare for their Monday night showdown with the New York Giants on Monday.
The Washington Redskins opened their locker room to the media Wednesday morning as they continue to prepare for the New York Giants on Monday night.
The Wizards held practice today one day after being “embarrassed” at home by the San Antonio Spurs.
Wizards “Embarrassed” after falling 118-92 to the San Antonio Spurs and falling to 0-12 on the season.
ASHBURN, VA (CBSDC)–Washington Redskins Head Coach Mike Shanahan spoke to the media via conference call today following their 38-31 win over the Dallas Cowboys yesterday. “There’s definitely a sense of urgency when you know you [...]
The Washington Redskins held on to a 28-3 halftime lead, beating the Dallas Cowboys 38-31 for their first Thanksgiving Day victory in Dallas and improve their record to 5-6.
The Redskins had their only full practice today as the prepare for Thursday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys and London Fletcher’s consecutive game streak is in doubt.