Dan Skuta hasn't had anything handed to him in his pro football career.The former standout linebacker at little Grand Valley State went undrafted in 2009 and was signed as a free agent by the Cincinnati Bengals. After playing eight games as a rookie that season, he's played all 48 games the past three seasons, mostly as a reserve inside linebacker and special teams player.Now entering his fifth NFL season with a new team, Skuta is eager to contribute in a big way, even if his playing time will likely be limited at linebacker.After signing an offseason free-agent deal with the 49ers, Skuta should be a solid backup at both inside and outside linebacker spots in the Niners' 3-4 defense and provide a proven tackler on special teams. In 56 games on special teams, Skuta has 56 tackles. Last season, he led the Bengals with 17 special-teams tackles.In Cincinnait,Skuta was almost exclusively an inside linebacker, but since joining the 49ers he's gotten work at both positions. When training camp begins next week, he'll continue to get reps at both spots and on special teams."I've done all kinds of stuff," he told 49ers.com recently of his new role with his new team. "This is another...