Port Adelaide captain Tom Jonas will nervously await the Match Review Officer's charge sheet for Sunday's action following a high bump on Dockers midfielder James Aish.

During the opening quarter of Fremantle's eight-point win over the Power, Jonas leapt off the ground in bracing contact with Aish, who had disposed of the ball only seconds earlier.

After collecting the Sherrin, Aish handballed the ball over Jonas as the Port Adelaide veteran stormed toward his opponent, rising off the ground and soon tucking into a bump action.

The collision left Aish floored before eventually returning to his feet and playing out the remainder of the match. While his ability to play out the match will aid any case Jonas has to answer, the Power defender remains likely to face some scrutiny by the MRO.

A grading of Careless Conduct, Medium Impact and High Contact would see Jonas handed a one-match suspension by the MRO, which he can either accept with an early plea or challenge at the AFL Tribunal.

Should Jonas receive a one-week suspension, he'll miss next week's bout with GWS at Adelaide Oval.

Jonas wasn't the only player from Sunday's action to likely gain the attention of the MRO for a high bump, with Hawks defender Will Day collecting GWS star Josh Kelly high in their respective match at GIANTS Stadium.

Day was placed on report for the incident which occurred during the third term of the Giants' win, having collected Kelly high as the latter attempted to pick up the ball.

Having chosen to bump and collect Kelly high, Day may face a similar fate to Jonas and receive at least a one-game suspension by the MRO.

Should that be the case, he'll miss his side's Round 17 clash against Adelaide next Sunday at Marvel Stadium.

Richmond defender Nick Vlastuin is likely to be charged by the MRO for his swinging arm on Eagle Connor West.

With just minutes remaining in Sunday's clash at the MCG, Vlastuin was caught hitting West's stomach with his left arm, leaving the young Eagle on the ground.

The MRO handed down two charges to Crow Darcy Fogarty and Demon Kysaiah Pickett for similar incidents over the weekend, with the pair having escaped suspension and able to accept fines.

Those gradings were listed as Intentional Conduct, Low Impact and Body Contact, resulting in both players able to take early pleas and receive sanctions of $2000.

With Vlastuin likely to escape suspension, he will be able to face Gold Coast at Metricon Stadium next weekend.