Bath centre Matt Banahan has been suspended for three weeks by the Rugby Football Union following his red card shown against Leicester.
The former England back was dimissed for a dangerous tackle on opposite number Anothony Allen during last Saturday's Aviva Premiership hit-out at Welford Road - won 17-12 by the Tigers.
He pleaded guilty to the charge and was handed a ban which prevents him from playing again until December 24.
The ban means he will be ruled him out of home and away Amlin Challenge Cup ties against Italian club Calvisano, plus a Premiership appointment with Saracens.
Meanwhile, Bath hooker Lee Mears received a two-week ban after he was cited for punching or striking an opponent in the same match.
Mears pleaded guilty to the charge and was also ordered to pay £500 towards hearing costs. He is free to play again on December 17.
Leicester forward Brett Deacon was given a one-week ban after receiving a red card for striking an opponent in the same contest, a charge he also admitted.
Deacon had already been given an internal suspension by his club but now has been banned by the RFU as well.