A motion at next week's GAA Congress will propose a one-match ban for any player that fails to complete online anti-doping training.
The GPA-sponsored motion would require the training to have taken place that year for participation in championship or within the previous 12 months for a league match.
The motion is one of 37 that will be voted on by delegates at the virtual event on the weekend of 27/28 February.
Proposed reforms to the structure of the football championship from 2022 will not be decided until an in-person Special Congress is possible at a future date this year.
However, the 'professional foul' motions that would provide for a sin-binning and penalty to punish cynical fouls that deny a goal-scoring opportunity in hurling and football will be voted on, and if garnering the simple majority required for a trial rule would apply to the 2021 leagues and championships.
Other motions to be discussed include the introduction of a split season, concussion substitutes, abolishing the Maor Foirne position and allowing Central Council to determine dates for an inter-county closed season.