The spider you’re describing sounds like a running spider. Running spiders do not form webs; instead they hunt their prey with quickening speed hence the name.
That sounds like it may be a brown recluse. The link below provides a (scary!) image of a spider that fits your profile.
This spider usually bites only when pressed against the skin, such as when tangled up within clothes, bath towels, or in bedding. In fact, many bites can cause infections that are difficult to treat. Other causes include skin cancer, Lyme disease, and other infected insect bites and skin lesions.
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