If you planted broccoli seed from a hybrid, one thing is pretty certain:
You'll get broccoli. :)
Beyond that, however, what you won't be sure to get is the hybrid that was the parent because that's one of the characteristics of the hybrids - their seeds are going to vary.
Does this matter at all?
Well, the answer to that question is "it depends" because it might not matter one bit to you that you won't get "packman" broccoli. It might only matter to you that you get broccoli, right?
There's no easy way for the layman gardener to "know" what you have there (beyond "broccoli") because those seeds are going to produce - or at least have the high likelihood of producing - a varied array of broccoli.
The variations aren't likely to be monumental though. You might not even notice.
"Are they a new species of weed?"
Well, not if you want them there, right? What's the definition of a "weed"? My dad views clover and dandelion as weeds in the lawn. I don't.
The variety of plants (and the offspring of those) will differ on some level from the parents but probably not significantly. If non-uniformity doesn't bother you (it doesn't bother me one bit) then it is fun to see what grows. The only down side - if there is one - is that you are living in the "wild west" of broccoli. You'll get what you get.
And that might be just fine.