Houston Texans running back Lamar Miller appears set to return to action this Sunday after being a full participant at the team’s practice Thursday.Miller, the Texans’ leading rusher with 917 rushing yards in 13 games this season, was limited at practice on Wednesday as he recovered from the sprained ankle that caused him to miss last Sunday’s 32-30 loss at Philadelphia — a loss that cost the Texans a chance to clinch the AFC South.Miller, 27, told reporters he was feeling “way better” after treatment that included massages and acupuncture.”I’m feeling good,” said Miller. “It’s just a feel thing. Once you get going, everything feels better. I should be fine.”Miller had racked up his third and fourth 100-yard rushing games of the season in back-to-back wins over Tennessee and Cleveland in Weeks 12 and 13 before being held to just 41 yards on 17 carries the following two weeks combined. For the season, he is 83 rushing yards shy of his third career 1,000-yard season in his seventh NFL campaign.