According to a report from ESPN, it could very well be. It appears that Tim Leiweke may have given a July 31st deadline for the L.A. Council to give a go ahead for $350 million in bonds to help construct the stadium, if it ever happens. This would not be the first time a supposed imminent stadium has died off in L.A.. Also, via a L.A. Times report, there is a deep distrust between L.A. and the NFL, let alone a perceived "misunderstanding" of what the stadium details seem to be.
So, with the downtown L.A. proposal seemingly in it's last days and the one in Industry still dragging on and more rumors of the Chargers moving, it does lessen some of the fears I've had, or would hope too. Though by any means, we are not out of the woods. One would hope that Wilf would stay where there is a sure thing until something is worked out instead of gambling on something not as of yet, a done deal. Hopefully, with the progress made the last few months, much more so then previous Governors, Wilf will give things a little more time to "Get 'er done" if you would.
Just keep the fingers crossed that something gets done and fairly soon before it does become "too late".