Intrigue abounds over the future of top NFL Draft prospect Caleb Williams. Will he go number-one-overall to the Chicago Bears, who still have former first-round pick Justin Fields on the roster? Or will the Patriots or Commanders try to trade up for the former USC signal caller? Either way, his future—at least in the short term—looks to be one of unrest and upheaval. Perhaps that’s why he was spotted following fellow agent of chaos Jordan Spieth at the Players Championship on Thursday, prepping for his own emotional rollercoaster come April 25th.

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If it was a sweaty-palmed, white-knuckled thrill-ride Williams was hoping to witness, Spieth once again delivered, walking a tight rope around TPC Sawgrass as only he can do.

With two bogeys, two birdies and plenty Spieth-patented scrambling on the opening nine, Williams certainly got the “Full Jordy.” As some longtime followers pointed out, that’s not always a good thing, but if Williams is going to survive in the NFC North, he’s going to have be mentally strong as well as physically fit. If he can withstand 18 holes of Spieth chopping here, there and everywhere, then maybe just maybe he’ll be able to take down the Packers.

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