The hard hits and penalties at Saturday's Bengals-Steelers playoff game are still making national news, but the ugliness wasn't just on the field at Paul Brown Stadium.
Five out of six fans arrested at the game faced a judge Monday.
David Grillo, Tyler Matthys, Phillip Ross and Andrew Robles are all charged with assault, court records show.
Grillo allegedly threw a beer can at someone.
Police say Matthys hit a woman in the face, while Ross allegedly head-butted someone.
Police were ejecting Robles from the game when they say he took off and hit someone in the face.
Grillo, Matthys and Robles appeared before a judge having their bonds already posted.
Ross wasn't in court, but his attorney presented a written plea on his behalf.
Martin Cooke was also charged with disorderly conduct. He' accused of exposing himself and urinating on someone in one of the stadium entrances. His bond was set at $3,000.
Jared McCarty was arrested for theft, underage drinking and assault. He was given a $2,000 bond.
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