Five players from Saturday's action have been charged by the AFL's Match Review Officer, with Adelaide sharpshooter Taylor Walker and Gold Coast co-captain Jarrod Witts narrowly avoiding suspensions for rough conduct.
Worrell can accept a $1,000 fine (reduced from $1,500) with an early plea, while Walker can accept a $2,000 (reduced from $3,000) for a rough conduct charge involving Kanagroo Tarryn Thomas.
The MRO graded Walker's actions as intentional conduct, body contact and low impact, resulting in a financial sanction rather than a suspension.
The incident has been graded as careless conduct, low impact and high contact, with Witts avoiding a suspension through the rough conduct charge.
Teammate Noah Anderson can also accept a reduced $1,000 fine with an early plea for engaging in a melee during the second quarter of his side's defeat.
Lastly, Bulldog Cody Weightman has been hit with a $1,500 fine after being charged with misconduct, with the small forward able to accept a reduced $1,000 fine with an early plea.
Brisbane confirmed on Monday that the club have accepted the striking charge, which was graded as intentional conduct, low impact and high contact.