The Dallas Cowboys remain interested in free agent wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. despite passing on him this season and will consider signing him during the offseason, executive vice president Stephen Jones said Wednesday.

"Oh, absolutely," Jones said, per Nick Eatman of the team website. "We brought Odell Beckham Jr. in for a visit [and] decided he wasn't ready to play. [But] that's the way we left it with him. Get ready to play, and then let's revisit. We obviously had an interest for a reason."

The Cowboys pursued Beckham during the 2022 season and he met with the franchise in December. However, Dallas determined that the veteran wideout wouldn't be fully rehabbed from his torn ACL in time to help the team compete for a title and ultimately passed on him.

Team owner Jerry Jones, however, left the door open for a possible signing of Beckham in the future.