GWS and Callum Brown have reportedly accepted the forward's three-game suspension for a bump on Sydney's Tom McCartin from Saturday's loss to the Swans.

The second-quarter incident during the Battle of the Bridge saw Brown collide with McCartin shortly after the latter collected possession, with Brown's arm making contact with McCartin's head in the process.

McCartin was unable to continue in the match due to concussion, with the AFL's Match Review Officer grading the level of impact of the rough conduct charge as 'severe'.

The MRO also graded the incident as careless conduct and high contact, resulting in a three-game suspension being handed down to Brown.

“It was clearly not a malicious act by Callum, who is an incredibly fair player on the field," GWS football boss Jason McCartney said of the incident. 

“He got the timing wrong in this scenario and we fully understand the need to protect the head and avoid these types of incidents wherever possible.

“Our thoughts are with Tom following his concussion diagnosis.”

According to SEN's Sam Edmund, the Giants have opted to accept the charge, which will mean Brown will miss upcoming matches against Essendon, the Western Bulldogs and Geelong.

Teammates Harry Himmelberg and Toby Greene also came away from Saturday's loss with charges from the MRO.

Both players can accept $2500 fines with early pleas for tripping and striking respectively.

Elsewhere, North Melbourne veteran Liam Shiels has been charged for striking St Kilda's Angus Hastie. Shiels can accept a $2500 fine with an early plea for the first quarter incident.

Lastly, West Coast's Brady Hough has been charged with striking following a third-term incident involving Xavier Duursma from Saturday night's game against Essendon. Hough can accept a $2500 fine with an early plea.

No other players were cited from Saturday's action.