Forrest W. McPherson (October 22, 1911 - October 7, 1989)was an American football player (center, guard and tackle).
McPherson was born in 1911 in Fairbury, Nebraska. He attended the University of Nebraska and made his professional debut in the NFL in 1935 with the Chicago Bears until he was traded to the Philadelphia Eagles the same year. He played for the Green Bay Packers and Philadelphia Eagles over the course of his 10 year career. He also played for the 1938 Los Angeles Bulldogs (Independent,) Los Angeles Dons, Hollywood Bears. In 1934 he signed with the St Louis Gunners Pro Football Club but did not play with them. Forrest won a Championship with the Green Bay Packers in 1944 under coach Lambeau.
McPherson had two brothers that played pro football: Elmer out of UCLA and then pro for the New York Giants and Corwin played for the Hollywood Bears. Forrest had two children Forrest Lee McPherson and Diana Lee Rodriguez and he was married two times to Marguerite and Mercedes McPherson.