Amanda MacDowell, 25, of Marlborough, Mass., Jaclyn Nugent, 26, of Boston, David James Sacco, 28, of Boston, and Kurt Paschke, 38, of Holbrook, N.Y., were each charged with simple assault and disorderly conduct.
The three Massachusetts residents got into a verbal and physical altercation with Paschke, who was seen wearing a Wayne Chrebet Jets jersey in the YouTube video that has gone viral, on the 100 concourse level of the stadium, according to NJ.com.
MacDowell and Nugent allegedly kicked and punched Paschke, who then struck Nugent in the face, the article said. Sacco followed by hitting Paschke in the face, the article said.
Paschke served three years in prison during the 1990s for fatally stabbing a 17-year-old in a fight behind a Long Island pizza parlor, according to the Daily News.
Paschke's mom, Colleen, defended her son's actions following Sunday's game, saying he reacted to the group of Patriots' fans jumping them, the article said.
Bruce Barket, Paschke's attorney, said he expects his client to be "vindicated," according to NBC New York.
Paschke, a Jets' season-ticket holder, and the three others charged have been banned from MetLife Stadium until after the case is resolved and they apply for re-admission, according to a statement released Tuesday by the Jets. The four charged will appear in East Rutherford municipal court.
"We have zero tolerance for this behavior, the Jets' statement said. "Consistent with our Fan Code of Conduct, those involved have been banned from attending any events at the stadium. Once the legal process has run its course, each of them must take the necessary steps before even being considered for readmission to future events."
According to the Jets' website, an online conduct course, a written apology and a request for re-admittance are needed for a banned person to be considered to be allowed back into the stadium.