Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll on Tuesday announced that his team will send cornerback Brandon Myers and safety Jeremy Lane on loan to Jacksonville in exchange for the Seahawks receiving the conditional 2019 sixth-round pick.
The Seahawks will send Myers, who is a free agent after this season, to Jacksonville, where he has played all four of his NFL seasons.
He is eligible to return to the Seahawks’ active roster upon his release.
The conditional pick is worth $5.5 million.
Lane, who was waived by the New Orleans Saints on Tuesday, will become a free-agent after this upcoming season.
The pick comes with an $11.5-million salary cap hit.
Laney, a fifth-round selection of the Seahawks in the 2015 NFL Draft, spent the first four seasons of his career in Seattle, starting three games at cornerback.
He played in all 16 games in 2016, finishing with a career-high 11 interceptions and 15 passes defended.
He was named to the Pro Bowl for the second time in his career and was the Seahawks most decorated defensive back last season.
He was also named to his fourth Pro Bowl.
Lanes departure from the team comes at a time when the Seahawks have lost four of their past five games and have lost three straight at home, including a 29-20 defeat to the Green Bay Packers in Week 10.
Seattle has been in the playoffs only once in the past nine seasons and has only won seven straight games.