Some of the most famous athletes in D.C. gathered together Monday night to support charity, and things even got a bit rowdy. Stars like Ryan Kerrigan and Kirk Cousins joined Ryan Zimmerman and retired players like Jason Campbell to support the Elaine Shuster Foundation, an organization that supports Montgomery County public schools.
Throughout the night, former players and party-goers hung out in Bethesda to raise money to support educational efforts in Maryland, and as the night progressed, things got fun. Ryan Zimmerman photobombed Ryan Kerrigan, but all the players talked about the opportunity to give back (full video above).
Redskins QB Kirk Cousins even received an apology from CSN's Rob Carlin, when Carlin admitted his October call to "end the Kirk Cousins experiment" was wrong after all. In the end, a lot of laughs were had, and a lot of money was raised.
Editor's Note: The Elaine Shuster Foundation is headed by Eric Shuster, Director of Strategic Partnerships at CSN. Below is a picture of Shuster with a number of athletes at the fundraiser, including Kerrigan, Campbell, former Terps stars Steve Francis and Lonny Baxter, CSN's Chick Hernandez , Doc Walker, former Redskins Chris Samuels and Fred Smoot, current 'Skins Tress Way and Dustin Hopkins and others.