Leicestershire batsman Mark Cosgrove used his head to negotiate a short ball away towards the first slip during a county match against Durham.
Steve Smith was hit on the neck by Jofra Archer during the 2nd Test and was left out of the squad for the 3rd Test.
Justin Langer insisted his side would not be sidetracked from their goal of becoming the first Australia side in 18 years to win an Ashes series in England.
In reply to Jofra Archer's tweet, a fan posted a GIF which showed a headless man and likened him to Steve Smith.
Jofra Archer produced a hostile and compelling display on debut as the rain-affected second Ashes Test ended in a draw at Lord's on Sunday.
James Anderson was called up for the first Test of the Ashes series but had to pull out after bowling just four overs in the first inning.
Shoaib Akhtar had slammed Jofra Archer for walking away after felling Steve Smith with a short delivery.
Jofra Archer has been quite a find for England as he has been a handful for the Australian batsmen.
Steve Smith, who collapsed to the ground face first after the vicious ball from Jofra Archer smacked into the side of his neck, was not wearing a neck guard.
Australia still lead the five-match series 1-0 after their 251-run win at Edgbaston.
Steve Smith was struck by a short ball from Jofra Archer on an unprotected part of his neck on day four of the second Ashes Test.
Jofra Archer produced a 92.4 mph (148.7 kph) bouncer that hit Steve Smith on his unprotected neck.
Mitchell Johnson said people that booed Steve Smith even after he was hit can't be called "cricket fans".
Justin Langer insisted Australia had not taken an undue risk in allowing Steve Smith to resume his innings.
Steve Smith became the first batsman to post seven consecutive Ashes scores of fifty or more.
ENG vs AUS 2nd Test Day 4 Highlights, Ashes 2019: England have taken a lead of 104 runs at stumps on the fourth day of the second Test.
Steve Smith's unique style of leaving the ball is already well known but the Australian right-hander took it to a whole new level on Day 3 of the 2nd Ashes Test.
Ashes-holders Australia lead the five-match series 1-0 after their 251-run win in the first Test at Edgbaston last week.