Geelong's Matthew Scarlett has been hit with a one-match ban by the Match Review Panel while Melbourne's Jeremy Howe will face the AFL tribunal after wiping blood on an opponent.
Scarlett is likely to miss Geelong's crucial clash with Adelaide at Simonds Stadium on Saturday after striking Essendon's Cory Dell'Olio, with the Cats champion able to accept a one-game suspension.
The incident was assessed as reckless conduct (two points), low impact (one point) and high contact (two points).
An existing bad record and 33.52 carryover demerit points means Scarlett's penalty is 221.02 points, but an early plea can bring it down to 165.77 points and a one-match ban.
Howe was cited for wiping blood on his knee onto the shorts of Port Adelaide's Tom Jonas in the third quarter of the Power's 28-point win in Darwin on Saturday night.
The Demons forward cannot accept an early plea for the incident with the matter referred directly to the tribunal as the table of offences does not cover his misdemeanour.
Collingwood's current coach, Nathan Buckley, was suspended for one match in 2002 after wiping blood from a cut on the jumper of Geelong's Cameron Ling.
A melee between Richmond and North Melbourne players at the MCG on Sunday resulted in a series of fines, with Tigers players Shane Tuck, Alex Rance, Dustin Martin and Luke McGuane charged with second melee offences and fined $2100 if they submit an early plea.
North Melbourne's Michael Firrito and Jamie MacMillan were also charged with second offences and fined the same amount if they plead guilty.
Richmond's Matt Dea, Jayden Post, Reece Conca, Chris Newman, Steven Morris, Brandon Ellis and Kelvin Moore were all fined $1200 - if they plead guilty for a first melee offence - while North's Drew Petrie, Robbie Tarrant, Lindsay Thomas, Sam Wright and Daniel Wells were also hit with the same penalty.
Tigers midfielder Brett Deledio was charged with a first offence for using abusive, insulting, threatening or obscene language in the second quarter of the same match and can escape with a $1950 sanction.
Other incidents assessed saw the contact between West Coast's Beau Waters and Adelaide forward Kurt Tippett judged as an accidental head clash, while the match review panel came to the same conclusion for the collision between Sydney's Ben McGlynn and St Kilda midfielder Brendon Goddard.Carlton's Paul Bower does not have a case to answer either, with his contact on Christian Howard of the Western Bulldogs, judged as unavoidable.