Mitch Robinson has been offered a two-match ban. Photo: Getty Images
Carlton's Mitch Robinson has been offered a two-match ban by the match review panel for striking Collingwood's Taylor Adams in Sunday night's clash.
Robinson's punch was graded as intentional, low impact and high contact and his poor record means even a guilty plea would not bring his suspension below two games.
Melbourne's Neville Jetta can accept a one-match ban for engaging in rough conduct against the Bulldogs' Fletcher Roberts on Sunday. If he decides to challenge, he risks a two-match ban.
Richmond's Steven Morris has been charged with two separate rough conduct offences, against Jack Steven and Sean Dempster, in his team's win over the Saints on Saturday.
With a guilty plea, Morris can accept a reprimand and 93.75 carryover points for each charge. This would result in a one-game ban for the Tiger.
Gold Coast's Jarrod Harbrow has been charged with striking Hawthorn's Luke Breust, but a six-year good record means he can plead guilty and accept a reprimand with 70.31 carryover points.
Several Richmond and St Kilda players have been fined for engaging in a melee.
St Kilda's Jimmy Webster has been charged with a first offence for instigating a melee. That offence carries a fine of $2400, but with an early plea Webster can accept a fine of $2100. He has also been fined for engaging in the melee and an early plea on that charge will see him pay another $1200.
His teammate Seb Ross has also been charged with engaging in a melee. It is his first offence, so with an early plea he can accept a fine of $1200. Richmond's Anthony Miles faces the same charge and fine.
But Richmond's Dustin Martin has been charged with a second offence for engaging in a melee, and has been fined $2800. However he can reduce the fine to $2100 with an early plea.
In other incidents assessed from the weekend's matches, Collingwood's Dayne Beams has been cleared of a match-day report for striking Carlton's Ed Curnow. It was determined that the force used was "below that required to constitute a reportable offence".
Contact between Dale Thomas and Dane Swan from the same match was also assessed, but dismissed for the same reason.
Unmentioned by the MRP was a hit by Essendon's acting captain Brendon Goddard - on his own teammate, Ben Howlett. Goddard "escaped scrutiny" for the hit, the club tweeted.