NFL players Deandre Baker and Quinton Dunbar surrendered to the police after being accused of armed robbery in Florida.
Baker of the New York Giants, 22, also accused of aggravated assault, surrendered on Saturday morning, his lawyer said.
Dunbar, a 27-year-old Seattle Seahawks quarterback, also gave in, Miramar police confirmed.
They are suspected of robbing guests at gunpoint at a house party this week.
About $ 12,000 in cash and watches up to $ 25,000 are believed to have been taken from a property in the city of Miramar on Wednesday.
The defense attorneys for both players said witnesses signed statements stating that the athletes did not participate in the alleged theft.
What was supposed to happen at the party at home?
According to the arrest warrant, the incident occurred after an argument broke out at the party at home, where guests were playing cards and video games.
Baker allegedly took a gun before he, Dunbar and another man – described as wearing a red mask – started receiving valuables and money from people.
The man in the red mask is not fully identified in the reports. Baker reportedly asked that person to shoot a witness, but the man in the red mask did not.
All three left in separate vehicles – a Mercedes Benz, a Lamborghini and a BMW.
The police statement said a witness was "under the impression that this was planned" as the three escape vehicles "were subsequently pre-positioned to speed up the immediate exit from the area".
Baker is facing eight counts in total, four for armed robbery and four for aggravated assault with a firearm. Dunbar was charged with four counts of armed robbery.
The NFL says it is aware of the incident, but did not comment.
A statement released by the New York Giants said they had contacted Deandre Baker and had no further comment.
Seattle Seahawks said it was "aware of the situation" and "is still collecting information".