Brisbane Broncos forward Corey Parker has been charged by the Match Review Committee following his tackle on James Tedesco in Origin III on Wednesday night.
Parker was charged with a Grade Two Dangerous Contact - Head/Neck offence following his forearm to the head of Tedesco in the 72nd minute with the fullback on the ground.
As such, Parker will miss the Broncos' Round 19 clash against South Sydney this week.
In other judiciary news to come from the match, Sharks forward Andrew Fifita will miss Cronulla's clash against the Sydney Roosters on Monday night following his Grade 1 Contrary Conduct charge, while Rabbitohs centre Greg Inglis will miss between three to four weeks following his Grade 2 Shoulder Charge on Dragons fullback Josh Dugan.
Inglis has not yet entered a plea, with an early guilty plea ruling him out for three weeks.
North Queensland Cowboys winger Kyle Feldt elected to take the early guilty plea for his Grade 3 Shoulder Charge and will miss the Club's clash against Wests Tigers in Round 22.