South Sydney Rabbitohs forwards Cameron Murray and Liam Knight have taken the early guilty plea after being charged following the round 17 match against the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles.
With both players taking the early guilty plea, Murray is free to play this week's match against the Cowboys, while Knight will be unavailable for the next two games.
Murray was charged with a Grade 1 dangerous contact head/neck charge which carries a base penalty of 100 points and a one-match suspension. Murray has no loading, with an early guilty plea carrying a charge of 75 points which will allow him to play this week against the North Queensland Cowboys.
Knight was charged with a Grade 2 dangerous contact - other charge which carries a base penalty of 200 points and a two-match suspension. As Knight has a prior offence from earlier in the year, the early guilty plea will see him suspended for two matches.