Roosters backrower Angus Crichton has failed to have his grade-one, dangerous-contact charge overturned at the NRL Judiciary on Tuesday night.

It relates to his high shot on Broncos five-eighth Albert Kelly in last Saturday's clash at the SCG as the NRL looks to crackdown on such indiscretions.

As a result, Crichton's two-match ban will be upheld, ruling him out of the Roosters' upcoming clash against the Raiders and State of Origin I.

Earlier in the night, Roosters forward Victor Radley failed in his appeal to have his grade two careless high tackle charge overturned, with the 23-year-old now set to miss five weeks through suspension.

Radley has already accepted a one-game ban for his dangerous contact charge on Broncos speedster Albert Kelly.

The Roosters second-rower will now miss matches against the Raiders, Titans, Panthers, Storm and Bulldogs as well as selection for Origin I and II.

The Chooks forward and NSW Origin hopeful pleaded guilty but looked to dispute the grading of the charge of his tackle on Broncos gun Tevita Pangai Jr.

A decision was made after long deliberation, with the hearing taking nearly two hours to come to a final decision.

Elliott Whitehead's upcoming verdict is still to come.