Larry Fitzgerald is staying with the Arizona Cardinals, the only home he's known in his 11-year NFL career.

The eight-time Pro Bowl wide receiver agreed to a restructured, two-year contract, Cardinals General Manager Steve Keim announced at the NFL combine in Indianapolis on Wednesday.

The deal guarantees Fitzgerald $11 million in each of the two years, a person with knowledge of the details said, and will save the Cardinals nearly $13 million off their salary cap figure.

Fitzgerald had four years remaining on his previous contract, which would have paid him $16.5 million next season with a whopping $23.6 million cap hit.

Winston studied

Two franchises in a position to select Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston are not ruling him out because of questions regarding his character and maturity.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Tennessee Titans hold the first and second overall picks, respectively, in the draft. And both franchises need a quarterback.

"I understand allegations are against him, I understand he went through the justice system, court system to be exonerated of some allegations against him," Tampa Bay coach Lovie Smith said. "It's early, keep in mind it's just at the combine and we have a lot more research and we'll do that."

"We've done a lot of work on Jameis, we'll continue to do a lot of work on Jameis," Titans General Manager Ruston Webster said. "It's something I don't want to go off perception."

Etc.

• After getting benched each of the past two seasons, Robert Griffin III is back to being the Washington Redskins' starting quarterback. "We'll go into the season with Robert as the No. 1 guy," Redskins coach Jay Gruden said. … Redskins safety Ryan Clark, 35, is retiring after 13 NFL seasons. He is going to be an NFL analyst for ESPN.

• Cleveland Browns coach Mike Pettine said Johnny Manziel is in a "much better place" than he was earlier this month when he entered a treatment program. Pettine said it was Manziel's choice to get treatment and that the team fully supported the decision. Pettine also said he visited the Manziel recently.