Per Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle, Bregman called it "one of the most powerful experiences of my life."
“I think we need change,” he added. “I think we need to vote ... We need action.”
Houston is among the many cities across the United States and around the world that have been protesting in Floyd's memory since he was killed in Minneapolis on May 25 while in police custody.
Floyd was raised in Houston as a child and was a two-sport athlete in football and basketball at Yates High School.
Brandon Williams, Floyd's nephew, organized a march in the city Tuesday afternoon. The protests have continued throughout the week.
Bregman has been outspoken on social media in his support of the ongoing protests calling for social justice reform in the wake of Floyd's death.