More arrests in a fight in which two NFL players were tasered

Now, two college students are in trouble.

Two more people - college football players from Northern Iowa University - were arrested in connection with a disturbance outside of a bar in Iowa.

Xavior Lee Williams, 18, a redshirt freshman defensive back on the University of Northern Iowa's squad as been arrested on suspicion of assault  on an officer, a misdemeanor, according to a report in The Courier. The Courier also said another player, junior defensive back Andre John Allen Jr, was charged with misdemeanor interference for allegedly refusing police orders.

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Two NFL players, Packers cornerback Makinton Dorleant and Bears cornerback Deiondre' Hall, were arrested in the same disturbance.

The Packers News, which quoted the  Black Hawk County Sheriff's Office, said Hall, 22, was cited for disorderly conduct, public intoxication and interference, and Dorleant, 24, was cited for interference. Both players were released, and all charges are misdemeanors. The News also said Hall was tasered in the leg.