Not much activity so far on the Yankee front on Day 1 of the Winter Meetings. I don't think Cash has even arrived in San Diego yet. The big story of the day so far is this report from Andrew Marchand about the Yankees being willing to go to a 4-year deal for Chase Headley and/or David Robertson. This goes against previous reports that hinted at New York not being willing to go more than 3 for Headley, and confirms that the team is still very much interested in and involved in talks with D-Rob even after inking Andrew Miller to a 4-year deal on Friday. Of course, the Yankees' reported interest comes with the always tricky "at the right price" contingency. Headley has supposedly received a 4-year/$65 million offer from an unnamed team, a price tag that I can't see the Yankees being interested in paying. With that deal not signed, however, and more coming out today about how much Headley liked playing in New York, I wonder how real that offer is. D-Rob is still looking for Papelbon money, although there hasn't been much to indicate he's received any offers in that range.