Two members of the Sydney Roosters NRL squad have been cited by the NRL Match Review Committee following the Club's Round 9 match against the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles.
Reserve forward Victor Radley has received a Grade Two Careless High Tackle charge for an incident that occurred in the 57th minute of the match on Sea Eagles player Martin Taupau.
The base penalty for the charge is 150 points.
Should the Club enter an Early Guilty plea, Radley will receive 112 points, be unavailable for selection in Round 10 and receive 12 carry-over points.
If the Club elects to enter a Not Guilty plea and is unsuccessful with their case, Radley will again be unavailable for selection in Round 10 while receiving 50 carry-over points.
Winger Joseph Manu has also been cited, receiving a Grade 1 Dangerous Contact charge for an incident in the 72nd minute of the match involving Dylan Walker.
If the Club elects to take the Early Guilty plea, Manu will be available for selection in Round 10 and hold 75 carry-over points.
Should the Club enter a Not Guilty Plea and be unsuccessful, Manu will be unavailable for selection against the New Zealand Warriors.
The Club has until 12pm on Tuesday to enter a plea.