For years, Bill Belichick has spent his summers enjoying the beautiful island of Nantucket.
This summer has been no different, and it looks like the New England Patriots head coach has even had another NFL coach to talk X's and O's with.
According to ESPN's Mike Reiss, Belichick has been hanging out on Nantucket with former Dallas Cowboys head coach and current New York Giants offensive coordinator Jason Garrett.
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Check out this excerpt from Reiss' Sunday column below:
Belichick's affinity for Nantucket, Massachusetts, is well documented, and now that former Cowboys coach and current Giants offensive coordinator Jason Garrett spends time on the island, the two have once again broken bread with each other. That has continued this summer, which serves up a reminder of how football connects people in different ways. For those keeping track, it's 76 seasons of professional football between them -- Belichick enters his 46th year coaching in the NFL, while Garrett's playing career spanned 1989-2004, and he has been coaching in the league since 2005.
This isn't the first time Belichick and Garrett have spent time on the island together. In fact, last year Garrett was spotted hanging out at Belichick's place.
The two will have to soak up Nantucket sun as they can these next couple of days, as it's almost time for them to get back to work. NFL training camps are set to open later this week.