The crumpled carcass looks too dark to be from a brown or desert recluse, no scale to be sure, but looks too big to be a recluse, and it's not a black widow spider, so in Texas, that is receiving a pass on this encounter. Like the other post, there is not enough for me to get much traction in the identification department. Don't know if you felt it because it was munching on you, but if its not one of those two bad guys we have in the state, it wont ruin your day. Hmmm, maybe you need to consider splashing on a 50/50 mix of cologne and DEET each morning, might be a good practice in east Texas. You seem to be attracting spiders, maybe they like you, ha. My grandmother would recommending bathing in coal oil as a preventative, kerosene to you that are under about 50 years old.
i dont think its a woods wolf spider, not shure i dont think is posions, i live in a old house burn fire wood for heat, as a kid the house would be coold sleep by the heat blower vents and wake up with brown spider's bigger than a silver $ on me , but i fear spider's more than snakes in this part of the contry, hell we only got copper heads here and iv never seen one in my 27 years living in the sand stone coverd woods on a farm im in south verry east ohio, seen a timber cutter lose his thum musles from a woods wolf spider