By BILL COATS The Rams are one of five NFL teams that have been contacted about possibly moving to Los Angeles, according to a report out of Southern California. Tim Leiweke, president and chief executive of the Anschutz Entertainment Group, which is negotiating a lease for property on which a stadium would be built in downtown LA, told the Orange County Register that he had spoken with representatives of the Rams, Jacksonville Jaguars, Minnesota Vikings, Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers. Although he indicated that his talks with the Rams and Jaguars hadn't been extensive, Leiweke said all five teams were "in the mix." But, he added, "We're not packing any (moving) vans right now." Leiweke indicated that AEG would be willing to put up the funds to terminate a team's current stadium lease. As an example, he cited the $24 million payment that would be required to get the Chargers out of theirs. Under terms of their lease, the Rams could be free to leave St. Louis after the 2014 season if stadium upgrades aren't completed. Rams executive vice president Kevin Demoff said the team's focus "is on forging a new labor agreement with the players. However, (owner) Stan Kroenke has made it perfectly clear that he's focused on working on a lease with the city of St. Louis. He's been consistent in that viewpoint since becoming the controlling owner last August." AEG owner Philip Anschutz, a multi-billionaire, is prepared to purchase a majority stake in an NFL team for the new stadium, according to Leiweke. Kroenke has indicated no desire to sell and has said repeatedly that his goal is to keep the team in St. Louis. "We look forward to sitting down with the city for further discussions once the new labor agreement is reached," Demoff said. Attempts on Friday to reach Kroenke for comment were unsuccessful. AEG plans to build a $1 billion, 72,000-seat stadium adjacent to the Los Angeles Convention Center. Also, real estate mogul Ed Roski has permits for a 75,000-seat stadium about 15 miles east of Los Angeles, in the city of Industry. Roski also has not secured a team. Chargers spokesman Mark Fabiani told the Associated Press that the team is in frequent contact with Leiweke concerning unrelated business but that a move to Los Angeles had not been discussed. Fabiani also said that Chargers owner Alex Spanos and his family were not interested in relinquishing their majority share of the team. NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy declined to comment to the Associated Press on whether the league was aware of team discussions with AEG. "Teams are permitted to talk to third parties," McCarthy said in a statement.