Bath duo Dan Hipkiss and Michael Claassens have both been found not guilty after being cited for offences during Saturday's 29-22 Aviva Premiership defeat by London Irish.
Centre Hipkiss was cleared of making a tip tackle on Exiles forward Jamie Gibson at a Rugby Football Union disciplinary hearing.
And scrum-half Claassens was found not guilty of kicking Matt Garvey at the Madejski Stadium.
"On review of the DVD the panel determined that Dan Hipkiss did not drop or drive Jamie Gibson's head and/or upper body into the ground," said Chief disciplinary officer Judge Jeff Blackett, who chaired the panel.
"Dan Hipkiss tackled Jamie Gibson such that he landed on his back, so that the elements of law 10.4.J were not made out.
"The panel determined that the contact between Michael Claassens and Matt Garvey was a clumsy collision.
"Michael Claassens' movements were defensive and he made contact with knee and arms.
"He did not kick Matt Garvey. In the circumstances, an offence under 10.4.C is not made out."