Fremantle's Matthew Johnson can accept a two-game suspension for rough conduct following a dangerous tackle on Brisbane veteran Dayne Zorko.

The tackle, which took place during the third quarter of Saturday's match at the Gabba, has been graded as Careless Conduct, High Contact and High Impact, resulting in a two-game penalty.

Should Johnson accept the suspension, he'll miss upcoming matches against Hawthorn and Sydney.

Johnson and the Dockers will be required to lodge a challenge of the charge, should they choose to do so, by no later than Monday afternoon.

The rookie midfielder wasn't the only player to be handed a suspension by the AFL's Match Review Officer on Sunday, with Eagle Sam Petrevski-Seton also gaining scrutiny.

The West Coast midfielder has been charged with rough conduct for his tackle on Carlton defender Alex Cincotta during the second quarter of Saturday night's loss to the Blues.

It was the MRO's view that Petrevski-Seton's actions warranted gradings of Careless Conduct, High Contact and Medium Impact, resulting in the sanction of a one-game suspension.

Petrevski-Seton and the Eagles have since accepted the charge, meaning he will miss his side's Round 8 clash with Richmond at the MCG on Saturday.

GWS player Xavier O'Halloran was the only other player to receive a charge from the MRO for Saturday's action, with a $1000 fine able to be accepted with an early plea for engaging in a melee during the second quarter of Saturday's win over Sydney.