WHEATON, Ill. (AP) — The Latest on Wheaton College football players charged in a hazing case. (all times local):

1:10 p.m.

Four of five Wheaton College football players charged with battery in the hazing of a teammate at the suburban Chicago school have pleaded not guilty.

They appeared at a Monday arraignment in DuPage County. The arraignment for the fifth player is Nov. 13.

All five are accused of duct-taping their teammate, then dumping him half-naked in a park in March 2016. Each was charged last month with aggravated battery, mob action and unlawful restraint. The most serious charge carries a maximum five-year prison term.

Their victim, who has since left the school, also told police his attackers attempted to sodomize him with an object. One attorney asked the judge to lift a gag order so the now-suspended players can publicly deny those allegations. The court will consider the request at an Oct. 31 hearing.

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5 a.m.

Four of the five Wheaton College football players charged with battery against one of their teammates are scheduled to be arraigned.

The four players are to appear before a DuPage County judge Monday morning. Each player was charged last month with aggravated battery, mob action and unlawful restraint. A fifth player will be arraigned Nov. 13. They were accused of duct-taping the teammate's hands and feet and attempting to sodomize him with an object before dumping him half-naked in an off-campus park in March 2016.

A judge previously ruled that cameras won't be allowed at the hearing.

The five players were suspended from the team after charges were filed. The most serious charge carries a maximum sentence of two to five years in prison.