In his senior year in high school, Darryl Morris wasn't getting any interest from college football programs, so he became a salesman by sending game tapes to coaches.Then, after leaving Texas State, Morris went undrafted in 2013 and was signed by the 49ers as a free agent, was released then re-signed to the practice squad before being promoted to the active roster in late September.So, Morris knows about fighting for what he wants."I've always been the underdog," he said late last season. "Nothing in my situation has come easy. I know I had to work hard and I feel very blessed to be in this situation."Now in his second year in the NFL, Morris still doesn't have a guaranteed spot on the 49ers roster for 2014.The 5-foot-10, 188-pound cornerback is in the mix for a job in the secondary, battling Chris Cook, Perrish Cox and rookies Dontae Johnson and Kenneth Acker. The competition during training camp, which opens this month, should be fierce.But Morris does have a couple of points in his favor.For one, he's probably the fastet player on the team. And second, he's proven that he can make plays as a special teamer. In 13 games in kick coverage in 2013, Morris had seven tackles and a...