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Sydney Roosters fullback Amos Roberts has been charged for his high shot on Bulldogs forward Aaron Wheatley, but won't miss any games through suspension.
Roberts has been cited for a grade one careless high tackle by the NRL match review committee over his 75th minute tackle in the Dogs' 38-6 win on Monday night. He has pleaded guilty - but regardless of his plea, would not have missed any games because of the low grading.
The other two players charged from the weekend round - Gold Coast centre Mat Rogers and St George Illawarra winger Jason Nightingale - have also entered early guilty pleas and will escape suspension.