The Indianapolis Colts' trade for cornerback Vontae Davis ended up costing them just one draft pick, ESPN reported Sunday. Before the season, the Colts acquired Davis from the Miami Dolphins for a second- and conditional sixth-round pick. Reportedly, the condition of the sixth-round pick was that Davis had to play at least 65 percent of the Colts' defensive plays during the regular season. A sprained left knee caused Davis to play less than the 65 percent threshold, so the Dolphins will reportedly not get the sixth-rounder from the Colts. Davis, 24, had 51 tackles and three interceptions in the 2012 regular season.