The AFL Match Review Officer has handed down one charge from Thursday's match between Melbourne and Brisbane, with Lions forward Charlie Cameron suspended after being charged with rough conduct.

A first-quarter dangerous tackle on Demons defender Jake Lever gained the scrutiny of the MRO, who graded Cameron's actions as careless conduct, medium impact and high contact.

Under the MRO's guidelines, those gradings result in a one-game suspension for Cameron, who can either accept the sanction or challenge the outcome at the AFL Tribunal.

If accepted, Cameron would be ruled out of his side's Round 6 clash with Geelong at the Gabba.

He would then be next free to play in Round 7 when the Lions head to Canberra to face GWS at Manuka Oval on Anzac Day.

The MRO did not cite any other player from Thursday's match.