This season, creator and host Sarah Ellison takes an in-depth look at the Harbaugh family and its fascinating and often controversial ultra-competitive "fighter" approach to life. With over 25 interviews with family members, friends, co-workers and reporters conducted over the course of a year and woven into a story told over nine episodes, fans get a glimpse at what makes this family tick.
Ellison joined the Ravens staff in 2005 and currently serves as writer and editor for Ravens Media. She created and writes the team's daily Late for Work column and appears as a regular guest on Ravens Unscripted.
The Story Behind The Title: Man Of The Crowd
"The Man of the Crowd" is a short story by American writer Edgar Allan Poe about a nameless narrator following a man through a crowded London. It was first published in 1840. The narrator becomes fascinated with one intriguing man in that crowd. The narrator begins to follow this man around London throughout the night, telling of the twists and turns that continue into the morning.
Ellison identified with the nameless narrator who isn't recognized by the crowd or the fascinating man, but has stories to tell of them. Her stories, of course, surround the Harbaughs.
This isn't the first time the Ravens have been inspired by Poe. The name of the franchise was inspired by another of Poe's classics, "The Raven," a narrative poem first published in 1845.
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