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.
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.
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.
Sam Petrevski-Seton has been offered a one-match suspension for this tackle on Alex Cincotta. pic.twitter.com/MrPGpJ17uk
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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.