I just got back from it. Browner didn't say a word, most of the talking was done by a team rep wearing #12. Richard Sherman did take the mic and gave some props to the 12thman, but it was all over in probably 60 seconds. They did say that they'll be at Big Al's on Sunday and will be giving out autographs there.
Really, if you didn't go you didn't miss much, though Blitz and two of the cheerleaders were there for fans to take pictures with (I took a picture with my brother and Blitz).
We actually got there before 7pm but contrary to what we were told the event didn't really start until maybe 8:20 or so, which meant a lot of standing around and waiting. At some point right after 8 o'clock some guy walks right up to us out of the blue to greet us, he was probably 3 feet away when I realized it was Tony Ventrela. He's basically exactly like you'd think he'd be like in real life in every way. Still, it kind of blew me away that I'm just standing there and literally the very next second I was talking to Tony Ventrela who appeared out of nowhere. He was the only person at the event that gave autographs, turns out he's a lefty.
If you didn't go you didn't miss anything, but I'll probably still remember it 30 years from now and that's not something I can say about any other day I've had in the last month. I think it was worth going to.