The Match Review Officer has handed down a total of 22 charges from Saturday's action, however no player has received a suspension.
The MRO has listed the incident in question as 'ungraded', with Cordy unable to accept the sanction with an early plea.
The incident that has gained scrutiny by the MRO occurred in the final quarter of the Bulldogs' five-point win over the Giants, with Cordy colliding with Bruhn in a brutal bump that left the young GWS midfielder ruled out of the remainder of the match due to concussion.
It is yet to be confirmed whether Bruhn sustained the head knock in colliding with Cordy, or when his head made contact with the turf.
The available vision of the incident seemingly shows a shoulder-to-shoulder clash between the two players, however, Cordy could still face a nervous wait given the outcome of the collision and his decision to bump Bruhn off the ball.
A grading of intentional conduct, high impact and body contact would warrant a two-game suspension for Cordy.
A ban of that length would rule the premiership Bulldog out of his side's final game of the regular season against Hawthorn, as well as any opening finals appearance his side may qualify for.
Such a tough decision over Cordy’s shepherd on Bruhn, who finished up concussed. It was a shoulder to shoulder bump within the legal five metres. It’s two weeks or it’s no charge. Does he bear any responsibility? No idea what will happen. https://t.co/b8HTU9x8ao pic.twitter.com/hy6wmBoa8d
— Jon Ralph (@RalphyHeraldSun) August 14, 2022
The incident was viewed as intentional conduct, low impact and body contact. Dale can accept a $2000 fine with an early plea.
The incident was assessed as careless conduct, low impact and high contact. Lemmens can accept a $2000 fine with an early plea.
The MRO viewed the incident in question as careless conduct, medium impact and body contact.
13 charges were handed out from Saturday night's Western Derby, a dozen of which were for engaging in a melee.
Fremantle's Brandon Walker, Rory Lobb, Heath Chapman, Caleb Serong, Andrew Brayshaw and Brennan Cox can all accept $1000 fines, as can West Coast players Jamaine Jones, Jackson Nelson, Jack Redden, Tom Barrass, Liam Ryan and Liam Duggan for their involvement.
Ryan can also accept a $2000 fine for striking Walker during the opening quarter of the match.
Six charges were handed down from Melbourne's thrilling win over Carlton during the weekend, with Harrison Petty, Christian Salem, Jesse Motlop and Will Setterfield all able to accept $1000 fines for engaging in a melee.
Pickett can accept a $3000 fine with an early plea.