Jamie Cripps, Jarrod Witts and David Mundy can all accept fines after being charged with striking.
West Coast's Jamie Cripps and Fremantle veteran David Mundy are free to play in Saturday night's AFL Western Derby after they were fined for striking.
Gold Coast ruckman Jarrod Witts also faces a fine for striking, amid eight charges laid from Saturday and Sunday games.
Melbourne defender Christian Salem was cleared of a collision that left Brisbane forward Oscar McInerney with concussion.
Cripps is $1500 out of pocket for striking Hawthorn defender James Sicily and Mundy can take a $2000 hit for striking Carlton onballer Ed Curnow.
Witts also was fined $2000 for cannoning into Sydney youngster Nick Blakey in a marking contest.
Match reviewer Michael Christian ruled that Salem was contesting the ball and had no realistic alternative when McInerney collided with him.
Fremantle captain Nat Fyfe and in-form Port Adelaide star Travis Boak are $1000 out of pocket for pushing opponents into umpires, while a third careless umpire contact offence has cost St Kilda utility Jade Gresham $2500.
Essendon pair Conor McKenna (striking) and Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti (rough conduct) have accepted their $2000 fines from Thursday's comeback win over GWS.