Melbourne midfielder Jack Viney was referred directly to the AFL tribunal on Monday for his bump that left Adelaide forward Tom Lynch nursing a broken jaw.
Lynch was sandwiched between Viney and Alex Georgiou in the incident on Saturday, which the match review panel opted against grading.
Viney is set to front a hearing on Tuesday, while the debate over the merits of the bump and its place in modern-day football will continue to rage.
Apart from Viney, the only players facing suspensions from round seven are Richmond playmaker Brett Deledio and Geelong's Mathew Stokes.
The pair were both charged with level-three striking offences in a heated second-quarter scrimmage between the Tigers and Cats on Sunday, but can accept one-match bans with early pleas.
Fremantle midfielder David Mundy (rough conduct) and Brisbane forward Luke McGuane (striking) were also charged, but can both walk away with reprimands should they log an early plea.
North Melbourne forward Lindsay Thomas, reported for striking Gold Coast's Danny Stanley on Sunday, was cleared by the match review panel.
"The force used was below that required to constitute a reportable offence," the panel said in a statement.