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CLEVELAND (AP) - Browns rookie defensive back Jabrill Peppers has signed and now Cleveland's entire draft class is under contract. The Browns chose Peppers - one of Cleveland's three first-round selections - with the 25th overall pick. The former Michigan standout played numerous positions for the Wolverines, but the Browns will try him at strong safety and as a kick returner.

CINCINNATI (AP) - Scooter Gennett, Eugenio Suarez and Tucker Barnhart homered to power the Cincinnati Reds over the Miami Marlins 6-3 Sunday and avoid a three-game sweep. Billy Hamilton had three hits and stole a pair of bases to increase his major league-leading total to 43 as the Reds finished a 2-8 homestand in which they allowed 23 homers and 70 runs.

CLEVELAND (AP) - Corey Kluber struck out a season-high 14 in seven and two thirds innings and the Cleveland Indians beat the Toronto Blue Jays 8-1 on Sunday to complete a three-game sweep. Kluber showed no signs of the stiff neck that pushed back his scheduled start Friday with another dominating performance.

SYLVANIA, Ohio (AP) - In-Kyung Kim rallied to win the Marathon Classic on Sunday to become the second two-time winner this season on the LPGA Tour. Two strokes behind 18-year-old Nelly Korda entering the round at Highland Meadows, Kim birdied six of the first nine holes and finished with an 8-under 63 for a four-stroke victory over Lexi Thompson.

DAYTON, Ohio (AP) - A judge has denied a motion by the University of Dayton to dismiss a lawsuit filed by a former student claiming the school covered up allegations of football team hazing by not disclosing a campus police investigation to local law enforcement. The Dayton Daily News reports a visiting judge ruled Friday all counts in the lawsuit could proceed.

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Kasey Kahne survived a crash-marred Brickyard 400 on Sunday for his first NASCAR Cup victory in three years. The Hendrick Motorsports driver won under caution in the race that took more than six hours to complete, finally finishing in fading light after 167 laps and double overtime. Brad Keselowski finished second.

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