Barrow centre Hakim Miloudi is facing a ban of at least eight matches after being charged for multiple offences by the RFL.
Miloudi, 28, was sent off during the Raiders defeat to Batley at the weekend.
He appeared to make a tackle off the ball and then subsequently tried to lift the player off the floor as he stayed down late in the first half.
The RFL have combined the two incidents to a Grade F charge, which carries a suspension tariff of eight or more matches.
The Match Review Panel charged him with making contact with an opponent off the ball and moving an injured player.
The France international will appear at an Operational Rules Tribunal hearing on Tuesday.
Separately, Barrow have submitted a complaint to the RFL on behalf of Hakim Miloudi and captain Jarrad Stack.
They have alleged that unacceptable language had been directed at Miloudi during the match; and again after the incident that saw him sent off.
Stack was sin-binned in the match.
The allegations will be investigated by the RFL’s compliance department.
Miloudi will remain available to play in Barrow’s re-arranged Championship clash away at Bradford this weekend.
Elsewhere, Cornwall’s Liam Whitton has been charged with a Grade C contrary behaviour following their first ever game against North Wales at the weekend.
Dewsbury’s Alex Smith has been charged with a Grade C dangerous throw in their defeat at Leigh.
Both players are able to contest their charge at next Tuesday’s tribunal hearing.
West Wales’ Ieuan Badham has been referred to the tribunal on a Grade D charge of punching