Collingwood midfielder Sharrod Wellingham can escape with a three-match ban for his crude hit on Carlton's Kade Simpson, while Jimmy Bartel, Heath Hocking and Luke Shuey also face suspensions.
Simpson was concussed and taken off the field immediately after being on the receiving end of a head-high bump from Wellingham in the third quarter of Carlton's 23-point win at the MCG on Friday night.
Scans on Saturday revealed the Carlton midfielder suffered a fractured jaw and will miss up to four weeks with the injury, breaking his run of 158 consecutive games for the club.
Wellingham's penalty was not as severe as it could have been due to an existing five-year good record saving him from a five-match ban.
Richmond's Matthew White can accept a three-match suspension if he accepts a charge of rough conduct against Melbourne's James Frawley and a reprimand for striking Demons utility Luke Tapscott.
Frawley can take a reprimand for striking Richmond's Robin Nahas in the same match.
Essendon midfielder Hocking can accept a two-match ban for his off-the-ball hit on St Kilda's Lenny Hayes while Bartel can also take a two-game sabbatical if he accepts a striking charge against Gold Coast's Trent McKenzie.
Shuey was hit with a two-match ban for his strike on North Melbourne's Lindsay Thomas and fellow Eagle Quinten Lynch can take a one-game suspension for tripping Shaun Atley of the Kangaroos.
In a busy week for the AFL's Match Review Panel, Melbourne's Lynden Dunn can accept a one-game ban for striking Luke McGuane.Greater Western Sydney forward Jeremy Cameron can avoid suspension and take a reprimand if he pleads guilty to striking Hawthorn midfielder Clinton Young while Collingwood's Steele Sidebottom and St Kilda's Justin Koschitzke have been cleared of making contact with Carlton's Brock McLean and Essendon's Courtenay Dempsey respectively.