Dublin's John Small and Kerry's Brian Ó Beaglaoích are both facing spells on the sidelines after an investigation into the scuffles that took place after their sides' Allianz Football League meeting in Tralee last weekend.
Tensions boiled over following Kerry's one-point win, with multiple players grappling and shoving each other.
The Central Competition Controls Committee has recommended one-match bans for both players, but as Small was sent off in last year's Leinster final, the Dublin defender's punishment will be doubled.
Unless the findings are appealed to the Central Hearings Committee, Small is set to miss the League and All-Ireland champions' meetings with Mayo and Roscommon while Ó Beaglaoích would sit out Kerry's trip to Galway.
Both county boards are also expected to be fined over the incident.