- Selected by the Colts in the third round (96th overall) of the 2022 NFL Draft.
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Nick Cross: Training camp media availability, August 8
Safety Nick Cross meets with the media following Day 9 of Colts Training Camp practice at Grand Park.
Nick Cross In Studio
Colts rookie safety Nick Cross discusses making his first NFL start on Sunday, getting major playing time as a young player and how much his relationship with Rodney McCleod has helped him to this point in the season.
Nick Cross: 2022 Training Camp, August 22
Safety Nick Cross meets with the media to discuss his mindset going into games, treating every play as a new learning experience, what he's learned from veteran defensive backs like Rodney McLeod and Stephon Gilmore, and what he hopes to get out of the final training camp practices.
Nick Cross: 2022 Training Camp, July 28
Safety Nick Cross speaks to the media following Thursday's practice at Colts Training Camp, presented by Koorsen Fire & Security.
Nick Cross: Rookie Minicamp
Nick Cross spoke with the media about his excitement being back on the field and soaking everything in on the first day of rookie minicamp.
Colts select Nick Cross with No. 96 pick in 2022 draft
The Indianapolis Colts select Maryland Terrapins safety Nick Cross in Round 3 of the 2022 NFL Draft with the No. 96 overall pick.
Draft Call: Nick Cross
Head inside the Colts War Room to hear GM Chris Ballard, Head Coach Frank Reich and Owner and CEO Jim Irsay welcome Nick Cross as the No. 96 selection in the 2022 NFL Draft.
Training Camp Notebook: Nick Cross feeling comfortable, confident heading into Year 2 with Colts
Cross is getting work at strong safety, free safety and slot corner during his second training camp in the NFL.
One big Colts training camp question, safeties: How does Julian Blackmon's move to strong safety go?
Blackmon spent the spring learning the in's and outs of playing strong safety in Gus Bradley's defense, and has a tremendous opportunity ahead not only for the Colts, but for himself personally.
Colts position reset: Safeties
Julian Blackmon's move to strong safety was an intriguing development to come out of the Colts' offseason program.
Colts Mailbag: NFL Draft preview, positions of need, Nick Cross
The Colts Mailbag is back! Ahead of the 2023 NFL Draft, we took questions on, well, mostly the 2023 NFL Draft.
Nick Cross Could Bring 'Bouncer' Mentality To Colts' Secondary
The Indianapolis Colts on Friday night traded back into the third round of the 2022 NFL Draft, selecting University of Maryland safety with the 96th-overall pick. What did Cross have to say in his first media availability as a member of the Colts?