Dan Lanning revealed Monday night that senior defensive back Bryan Addison is currently away from the football team.

“He’s taking a break for himself for personal reasons,” Lanning said at his weekly news conference. “I won’t discuss that beyond that.”

Addison traveled with the Ducks to Seattle on Saturday for the game against Washington, but he did not play. He also didn’t see the field against Stanford in Week 5. According to reporters in Eugene who viewed practice last week, Addison was a practice participant during the lead-up to the game.

The 6-foot-5 safety from Gardena, California, made one start a season ago while appearing in 12 of the Ducks’ 13 games. He made 30 tackles and recorded a pair of interceptions.

So far this season, Addison has made 11 tackles and picked off the Red Raiders in Oregon’s 38-30 win over Texas Tech on Sept. 9. Among the Duck defenders who have seen at least 40 snaps this season, Addison has posted the third-best coverage grade from Pro Football Focus.

Steve Stephens IV started his first game of the season against the Huskies on Saturday. He led the defense in tackles (seven) while forcing a fumble and assisting on a tackle for loss.

During the 36-33 loss, Oregon also saw cornerbacks Jahlil Florence and Khyree Jackson go down with injuries on the same play in the third quarter. Jackson returned to the game after; Florence did not.

Lanning said Florence practiced on Monday.

“It looks like he’ll be fine,” Lanning said.

Florence finished with three tackles and his second career interception.