Former Jets player Terrelle Pryor on Tuesday was released from the Intensive Care Unit of a Pittsburgh hospital, where he revealed he nearly died twice since his girlfriend allegedly stabbed him in the chest last weekend, a report said.

“Thanks for all the support,” said a beaming Pryor, while being pushed in a wheelchair past several nurses whom he knew by name. “I’ma be aite! he added, according to a video obtained by TMZ.

Pryor, dressed in blue hospital garb, appeared to reveal he flatlined twice, saying: “Had to be Coded twice… God is Good!”

He also flashed the white bandage on his chest from the wounds he sustained at about 4:15 a.m. Saturday at his Pittsburgh apartment during a fight with girlfriend, Shalaya Briston, 24.

Pryor in the video refers to the nurses by name and tells them to “come visit me upstairs.”

His comments seem to indicate that he’s not being fully released, but transferred to a different unit.

Pryor was charged with simple assault following the fight, while Briston is facing criminal attempted homicide and aggravated assault charges.

The couple argued on Friday night, according to CBS’ local Pittsburgh affiliate, before she left with two other women for a nightclub.

When they returned, Pryor “grabbed . . . Briston and began arguing with her,” the women reportedly said.

Pryor struck one of the women, before the other two intervened, and Briston stabbed him. Two of the women reported injuries in the altercation.

Briston reportedly had a missing fake nail and a bruise on her nose, police said, according to the station.