Melbourne recruit Steven May could be in trouble for this hit on Lions midfielder Jarrod Berry during their JLT hitout on Saturday.
The bump occurred in the fourth quarter and caused Berry to miss the rest of the game.
Demons coach Simon Good was confident that May did not have a case to answer for with the MRP.
“I had a bit of a look at that. (It) seemed minimal contact to me; he was just standing there ready to block,” Goodwin told reporters post-match.
“So I’m really confident he’ll be right to play. I thought he worked his way into the game today. Obviously he was a bit slow early, but I felt he built some momentum as the game went on.”
Lions coach Chris Fagan confirmed that Berry’s injury was nothing serious, but rather a precautionary rest.
“It was more just the type of knock that he got, our medicos decided to keep him off the ground,” Lions coach Chris Fagan said.
“I’m not sure that he failed a concussion test, I couldn’t say that for sure. It was more just looking after him because it was late in the game.”
It was a busy day on the injury front, with James Harmes (dislocated finger) and Jay Kennedy Harris (knee) also hurting themselves in the JLT game, while Braydon Preuss suffered a strained groin in the VFL.