Western Bulldogs ruckman Will Minson is free to play against Geelong on Sunday after he had his stomping charge downgraded at the AFL tribunal.
Minson on Monday was offered a two-week suspension by the match review panel for treading on the leg of Sydney onballer Kieren Jack on Sunday.
Risking a two-week ban that would have ended the 27-year-old's season, the Bulldogs on Tuesday night successfully downgraded the citing from intentional to reckless and Minson's good record meant his charge was further downgraded to 93.75 points and a reprimand.
The big man argued he was merely attempting to step over the Swans player and that he had no intent to stomp on him.
Earlier, Carlton midfielder Andrew Carrazzo and the Blues legal team called off their planned challenge against a $1600 first-offence fine for his part in Saturday's heated melee with arch-rivals Essendon.Carrazzo and the Blues were shown new footage of the incident and decided to accept the fine.