The Dallas Cowboys are not considered a heavy contender to win the Super Bowl this season at this point. However, they are expected to make moves before the NFL trade deadline in order to bolster their chances of winning it all.

The Cowboys are being linked to several players heading into the Tuesday deadline. Indianapolis Colts cornerback Vontae Davis is continuously being tagged as a possible trade target for the Cowboys.

Indianapolis Colts to consider trading Vontae Davis?

According to sources, fans and experts are convinced the Colts will decide to trade Davis before the deadline.

The 29-year-old is playing in the final season of his contract, and Indianapolis might look to get an asset in return instead of letting Davis walk away in free agency.

If the Colts decide to trade Davis before the deadline, several teams are expected to express interest. The Cowboys are among the teams that are expected to inquire about a possible deal, knowing that they need to shore up their roster if they want to become a serious contender this season.

According to NFL analyst Evan Massey, Davis will be a good fit for the Cowboys because Dallas needs to shore up their defensive secondary. The 29-year-old is not turning a lot of heads with his performance this season, but he is considered as an upgrade to what the Cowboys currently have.

In five games for the Colts this season, Davis has 16 tackles but has yet to record an interception. In his first eight seasons in the league, the former Illinois standout tallied 22 interceptions along with 328 tackles.

Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie on the Dallas Cowboys’ radar?

Meanwhile, aside from Davis, New York Giants cornerback, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie was also tagged as a possible target for Dallas.

According to Inside The Star, the 31-year-old will add length and experience to the Cowboys, which could work wonders for the team later in the season.

The Giants are not shopping Rodgers-Cromartie, but they could pull the trigger for the right offer. His relationship with the Giants is in a low, following several runs-in with head coach Ben McAdoo.

However, it remains to be seen whether or not New York will trade the veteran to a division rival.

Cromartie-Rodgers is playing in his fourth season with the Giants after stints with the Arizona Cardinals, Philadelphia Eagles, and the Denver Broncos. In six games this season, the former Tennessee State standout has tallied ten tackles with no interceptions. He had 41 tackles and six interceptions for New York last season.