Lamar Miller did not practice on Wednesday, but is considered day-to-day heading into Saturday's game against Cincinnati.
"He's working hard to get back," head coach Bill O'Brien said Wednesday. "He's a very tough guy. He's a pro and he'll do everything he can to be able to play Saturday night."
Miller, who has not missed a start in 14 games, rushed for 63 yards on 22 carries and a touchdown in Sunday's 21-10 win over the Jaguars. He exited the game late in the fourth quarter with an ankle injury.
On Tuesday, Miller was named to the 2017 NFL Pro Bowl as an alternate. In his fifth NFL season, Miller has rushed for 1,073 yards on a career-high 268 carries, and caught 31 passes for 188 yards. He has also scored five rushing touchdowns and one receiving touchdown.
The (8-6) Texans will host the (5-8-1) Cincinnati Bengals in their final home game of the 2016 regular season. The primetime kickoff is set for Saturday 7:25 p.m. on NFL Network and SportsRadio 610.
Check out the best shots from Wednesday's practice as the Texans prepare for the Bengals.